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Babonneau Walk Challenge Ends Successfully – 6-Year-Old & 84-Year Old Among The Finishers

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The Babonneau Challenge Walk under the theme Mache Pou Bon Sante was successfully staged on Monday 2nd October.

The event was won by Neville Dupre followed by Gerald Charles and Michael Biscette. The first three female finishers were Mary Robert, Benatra Charles and Mya Jade Napoleon.

The youngest male finisher was Alister Simon, Kaden Pierre and Vyhani Inglis, while the top three youngest female finishers were Zoya Alexander, Finella Andrew and Kershelle Leo.

The top three oldest male finishers 65 years and over were John Edward, Charles Sayers and Anthony Charles while in the female category, the winners were Joyceline Edwin, Frederica Donat and Catherine Poole.

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The oldest male finisher was 84 year old Gregor Philgence while the oldest female finisher was 74 year old Catherine Poole.

The youngest finisher was six year old Kaivaun Phillip.

SOURCE: Babonneau Challenge Walk. Headline photo: 84-year-old Gregor Philgence congratulated after finishing the walk and 6-year-old Kaivaun Phillip with his mother.

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  1. Great job everyone, its so refreshing to see community come together, have fun and engage in healthy practices.


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