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Would You Believe How Many Medals Monaco Athletes Just Raked In?

Monegasque athletes had won an incredible total of 14 medals, after the second day’s haul of 9 medals were counted. This was during the departmental indoor championships at the Miramas Stadium in Bouches-du-Rhone. 5 medals were teased home on the first day alone.

Let’s look at some of the more outstanding performances reported in the French media. Congratulations Monaco athletes!

Marie-Charlotte Gastaud finished 1st in the 60m senior category in 8.07 seconds; Cristina Hurel made sure she was not alone on the podium and accompanied her on the third step with a time of 8.57 seconds.

Junior Girls

Let’s look at the Junior girls.

Among the junior girls, Anaëlle Tartaglione won the triple jump with 9.89 metres; Romane Dufour took second place in the 400m in 1:05.50.

Girl Cadets

Next the cadets who made sure they made their contribution to the haul of medals.

For the cadet girls, Ariana Da Silva Ferreira secured third place in the 400m in 1:06.60, as did Chloé Mornar in the high jump with a leap of 1.36 metres.

Female Masters

Among the female masters, Mauwa Kingombe ran a great race to secure second position in the 60m in 10.18 seconds, as well as achieving third place in the 400m in 1:18.83.

Outstanding Boys Performances

On the boys’ side, Karim Sfaxi comfortably won the 400m hopes category in an excellent time of 49.94 seconds; Adriel Gaglio secured the third position in the cadet 60m in 7.68 seconds.

Congratulations Monaco Athletes!

Other results Reported in the Press

Cadet Girls:
Lenye Lay: 60m 8.94s; long jump 3.75m.
Elena Metzger: 60m 9.26s; high jump 1.31m.
Chloé Mornar: 60m 8.86s.
Maissa Sabbadin: 60m 8.94s; long jump 3.86m.
Raffaella Smurra: 60m hurdles 9.96s; high jump 1.31m.

Junior Girls:
Anaëlle Tartaglione: 60m 8.92s.

Cadet Boys:
Antoine Guyot, high jump 1.41m; shot put 7.53m.

Junior Boys:
Matheo Nicoli, 60m 7.63s.

Senior Men:
Ayoub Attari 60m 8.52s.

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