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British long-distance runner and marathon world record holder Paula Jane Radcliffe will be heading the pack at this year’s annual ‘Whalethon: Run or Walk for the Ocean’. Entrance is free and fun is guaranteed!
Paula Jane Radcliffe is a three-time winner of the London Marathon, three-time New York Marathon champion and 2002 Chicago Marathon winner. She is the fastest female marathoner of all time and has held the Women’s World Marathon Record since 2003, with a time of 2:15:25.
The Whaleathon: Run or Walk for the Ocean is organised by The Animal Fund, a non-profit marine conservation association listed in both Monaco and France with a focus on protecting and saving dolphins and whales from pollution, overfishing and maltreatment.
Participants have the option of taking part in the 1K or the 4K run/walk on Saturday 23rdMarch. Meeting point is the Stade Rondelli in Menton and entrance is free. For more information visit the website or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Knights in shining armour, clashes between heroic warriors and gallant chivalrous acts were alive and well for one day only at the Buhurt Prime medieval combat championships played out under the Chapiteau in Fontvieille.
At a jaw-droppingly fast 12:51, Joshua Cheptegei has broken the 5km road world record during the weekend's Monaco Run.
After 10 wins in a row in Leader’s Cup matches, AS Monaco Basketball suffered an agonising loss in a last minute nail-biter under the marquee of the Disney Arena against Dijon Saturday night.
Islam Slimani managed the only goal of the game as AS Monaco came out victorious over Montpellier Hérault SC 1-0 at the Stade Louis II on Friday, replacing their visitors in fifth with the win.
Monaco Basketball Association has added Italian point guard Alessia Cabrini (178-96) to its roster, as the team continues to make its mark.
The 21-year-old has played for the last three years at Pallacanestro Femminile Umbertide in Italian Serie A1. In 22 games, she recorded an average of 4.4 points (ppg), 2.7 rebounds (rpg) and 1 steal (spg) last season, according to the Eurobasket Data Center.
Cabrini's team made it to the Italian Cup Final Four in 2015. She represented Italy at the European Championships U20 in Matosinhos, Portugal, last year, and her team won Silver.
Cabrini has played previously professionally in Italy (Bologna and College Italia) and France (Centre Federal BB).