Wood protection. Race: Lebreton and Dagorn win Rando Nature’s steps

Arnaud Lebreton (Lannion Triathlon) won the 16 km in 56’16. © Jérémy Nédélec / Le Trégor

Arnaud Lebreton and Fanny Dagorn dominated the 16 km off steps by Rando Naturethis Sunday, July 3, in Trélévern. At the 8 km, Jérome Chauvel and Leane Lebreton illustrated himself.

Arnaud Lebreton to win …

Arnaud Lebreton, from Lannion Triathloncompleted the longest course in Port-L’Épine (16 km) in 56’16, med a good lead on Bruno Jezequel and Valentine Marzin.

He won the event in 2016 getting better this Sunday after the duathlon / triathlon season.

I let go, then it slowed down after two or three kilometers, I attacked in the Vallée des Moulins, and then did everything in front afterwards, on a very selective and hilly course.

Arnaud Lebreton

Next goal for Arnaud Lebreton, the Plouescat Triathlon (750 m swimming, 20 km cycling and 5 km running) on ​​24 July. Then Vichy Ironman August 21 (1.9 km swimming, 90 km cycling and 20 km running).

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Léane Lebreton brings today’s second success to the family, over the 8 km, in 40’06. © Jérémy Nédélec / Le Trégor

… Léane Lebreton too

Like the father, Leane Lebreton won on Sunday. The member of the Lannion Triathlon completed the 8 km in 40’06, a few seconds ahead of Mélanie Mevel and Sarah Le Boudec.

It was a great race, with lots of climbs and restarts and headwinds.

Leane Lebreton

After Plouescat, the winner of the 7.5 km of Ankou Trail last February had to line up Quiberon triathlon (September 3 and 4) and Saint-Quay-Portrieux (October 2).

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Fanny Dagorn (Brest Goelopers) marked the 16 km in 1 hour 19’31. © Jérémy Nédélec / Le Trégor

Fanny Dagorn in shape

Fanny Dagorn (Brest Goelopeurs) climbed to the first step on the women’s 16 km podium in 1 hour 19’31, ahead of Gaëlle Lozahic and Karine Le Breton.

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I knew the route well, there is no better landscape, we passed right next to my parents!

Fanny Dagorn

Resident Kermaria-Sulardthe trail runner has prepared his next goal perfectly, the 20 km of the Pink Granite Coast on July 24th.

Jérome Chauvel had his legs

Finally it is on the 8 km Jerome Chauvel (Lannion Athletics) who finished the course first, in 29’46, a few dozen seconds ahead of Anthony Le Briand and Thomas Keraudren.

The feelings were good today. From the top of the hill, almost after a mile, I was in the lead, and I succeeded.

Jerome Chauvel

Those living in Trévou-Tréguignec try their hand at short distances. He, too, is aiming for the Pink Granit Coast meeting in late July (10km), and perhaps the Ronde de Kérity (10km) on August 15th.

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At 8 km, success for Jérome Chauvel (Lannion Athletics) in 29’46. © Jérémy Nédélec / Le Trégor

16 km classification

Men. 1. Arnaud Lebreton (Lannion Triathlon), in 56’16; 2. Bruno Jezequel, 1h 4’34; 3. Valentin Marzin, 1h 6’25; 4. Vincent Jezequel, 1: 7:11; 5. Theo Ropers, 1: 8: 27; 6. Jean-Rémi Guezou (Trail des Embruns Trébeurden), 1 h 10’46; 7. Florian Laplanche, 1:10:57; 8. Adrien Montreer, 1:11:29; 9. Denis Primard, 1:12:01; 10. Christian Gelin, 1h 12’18 (Ploufragan Team Running).

Women. 1. Fanny Dagorn (Brest Goelopers), at 1h 19’31; 2. Gaelle Lozahic (AC Penvénan), 1 h 23’41; 3. Karine Le Breton (Ploufragan Team Running), 1h 23’45; Andrea Quelen, 1:35:11; 5. Audrey Le Goff, 1:35:59; 6. Valérie Rouzes, 1:36; 7. Josée David, 1:40:07; 8. Claire Le Morvan (Runner in Plouaret and Vieux-Marché), 1 h 40’42, 1 h; 9. Stephanie Boulmot, 1:44:30; 10. Sterenn Le Roux, 1h 46’17.

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The progress of Rando Nature 2022 brought together 140 runners, in addition to hikers. © Jérémy Nédélec / Le Trégor
Nature walk 2022
The progress of Rando Nature 2022 brought together 140 runners, in addition to hikers. © Jérémy Nédélec / Le Trégor
Nature walk 2022
The progress of Rando Nature 2022 brought together 140 runners, in addition to hikers. © Jérémy Nédélec / Le Trégor
Nature walk 2022
The progress of Rando Nature 2022 brought together 140 runners, in addition to hikers. © Jérémy Nédélec / Le Trégor

8 km classification

Men. 1. Jérome Chauvel (Lannion Athletics), in 29’46; 2. Anthony Le Briand, 31’31; 3. Thomas Keraudren, 32’96; 4. Gurvan Grot, 35’05; 5. Jean-Yves Penn, 35’06; 6. Antoine Cozic, 35’20; 7. Ludovic Le Pape (Terre de Runners Lannion), 35’32; 8. Hector De Fontaines, 36’08; 9. Patrick Delaunay, 36’09; Loic Bonizec-Barzic, 36’17.

Women. 1. Léane Lebreton (Lannion Triathlon), in 40’06; 2. Melanie Mevel (Koala Kerhuon), 40’12; 3. Sarah Le Boudec, 40’59; 4. Claire Arzul (Trégor FC), 41’18; 5. Jeanne Toullelan, 41’43; 6. Sabine Chotard, 42’32; 7. Sandrine Le Parc (Lannion Triathlon), 43’14; 8. Anaelle Inissan (Team Plougonven), 44’22; 9. Jessica Connan, 44’28; 10. Melanie Gorvan, 45’07.

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The progress of Rando Nature 2022 brought together 140 runners, in addition to hikers. © Jérémy Nédélec / Le Trégor
Nature walk 2022
The progress of Rando Nature 2022 brought together 140 runners, in addition to hikers. © Jérémy Nédélec / Le Trégor
Nature walk 2022
The progress of Rando Nature 2022 brought together 140 runners, in addition to hikers. © Jérémy Nédélec / Le Trégor

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