The Malouin Fabien Texier is one of some 2,000 runners who will take the start, this Sunday, August 29, of the Cancale Saint-Malo half-marathon. With a goal of 1:12. “It’s a race that I prepared well and that I love for the scenery,” says the runner. We know the circuit which is nice and when you are in good shape, it works ”.
Fabien Texier has also done everything to be on the legs. He remains on a good third place in the Passenger and had good test sessions. “I prepared with Étienne Julien. We did the biggest sessions together. We will get out of the way until Davier, 4 km from the finish line. And then, at its strongest, the pouche ”, smiles the runner of Saint-Malo Sports Loisirs who wants to make the club jersey shine.
If he has participated ten times in the semi, he has never won it but often finished in the top 10. “Hats off to the organizers for keeping the race going in a difficult context! », Launches Fabien Texier, 41, supervisor in the city garden services. On Sunday, during the race, he will also be in “his garden”.
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