United Arab Emirates Team !

TEAM AEFE – United Arab Emirates

– We are all part of French schools abroad (French International School Georges Pompidou DUBAI, French School Louis Massignon Abu Dhabi and Dubai International High School AFLEC) agreements or partners with the Agency for Education from French to Abroad.

– Thanks to the partnership between ISF and the UNSS, French schools abroad can now participate in ISF competition.

– This is our first participation in an ISF competition.
– We have registered:
o A “School” Boy Team (Dubai International High School AFLEC)
o A “Country” girl team
o A “Country” boy team

 

Assile HASAN:
– French International School Georges Pompidou DUBAI
– In the Girl Team
– In 1st S
– Joined to AS this year, participates very diligently to running workouts, motivated and very good student.
– Study projects: Postgraduate studies in law.
– Sports projects:
o Participation in the Zayed Sports City Pink 5km race in 2016
o Participation in Dubai Pulse Ride in 2016
o Participation in a cross in Lebanon in 2017
– Sports results:
o 5km of race: 28min
o 4km of race: 21min
– Finally, she started training in the race since 2016, running once a week, accompanied by extracurricular sports activities (boot camp).

Antoine LEMAIRE:
– French International School Georges Pompidou DUBAI
– In the boy team
– In second
– Already has a dozen triathlon to his credit

Zachary PENNES:
– French Lycée Louis Massignon Abu Dhabi
– In the boy team
– Passionate about photography and sports, Zac ‘regularly practices handball, climbing, and especially rugby where he excels. A passion certainly born in South Africa, his country of birth. The youngest on the team!

Yara FEGHALI:
– French Lycée Louis Massignon Abu Dhabi
– In the Girl Team
– Great sportswoman, she participates in aquathlons and races on foot of 5km. Usually on the podiums in Abu Dhabi, these activities allow him to take up challenges and go beyond his limits.

Fadi DEKER:
– French Lycée Louis Massignon Abu Dhabi
– In the boy team
– He loves boxing to go beyond his limits. A remarkable state of mind.

Sarah CHOTARD:
– French Lycée Louis Massignon Abu Dhabi
– In the Girl Team
– She will participate in these worlds with her best friend, with whom she has the habit of taking up all the challenges.

Launa ALLEREAU-SCHEMS:
– Louis Massignon French High School in Abu Dhabi
– In the “Country” Girl Team
– She will participate in these worlds with her best friend, with whom she has the habit of taking up all the challenges.

Andrej DJIDROVSKI:
– Louis Massignon French High School in Abu Dhabi
– In the boy team
– Passionate about basketball, he has done for several years club, to perform in regional and national tournaments. He loves to travel, go on an adventure and discover new people.

Juliette FLOCH:
– Dubai International High School AFLEC
– In the Girl Team
– Breton! Love sailing
– lived in South Africa and Saudi Arabia.
– Terminale S.
– Share, next year, in Canterbury to pursue studies in architecture.
– Swimmer, she got into the game thanks to the race cycle in duration in EPS.
– Part of the program “CAP or not CAP? And the LFI AFLEC cross-country high school girls team (best personal ranking: 11th) who finished 2nd in the last round of the DASSA League (competitions between international schools in Dubai) and 3rd overall year (out of 29 establishments).

Juliette JANIN:
– Dubai International High School AFLEC
– In the “Country” Girl Team
– Cool, really cool, a little dreamy.
– Terminal ES.
– Will maybe STAPS in Font-Romeu (to continue to train) but will no doubt focus on the paramedic (nurse).
– Good level swimmer (currently at the N2 French Championships), specialties back and breaststroke.
– Will be in training in Font-Romeu during the week before the Worlds.
– Part of the program “CAP or not CAP? And the LFI AFLEC cross-country high school girls team (highest personal ranking: 3rd) who finished 2nd in the last round of the DASSA League (competitions between international schools in Dubai) and 3rd overall year (out of 29 establishments).

Timothée DUTHOIT:
– Dubai International High School AFLEC
– In the Boy Team “School”
– In the class of First S.
– Comes from the French Lycée of Moscow;
– Highly engaged student, passionate about bodybuilding and physical training;
– Participated in the Kenya project.
– In fact, did a half-marathon training Iten (2400 m altitude) in 1 h 36.
– Part of the program “CAP or not CAP? And the LFI AFLEC cross-country boys team (best personal ranking: 3rd) who finished 2nd in the last round of the DASSA League (competitions between international schools in Dubai) and 3rd all year round. (out of 29 establishments).

Mattéo CAROLI:
– Dubai International High School AFLEC
– In the Boy Team “School”
– In 3rd class. Has a crazy schedule (living and dead languages, options, swimming training and running).
– Wants to become an engineer and deal with real environmental problems and sustainable development.
– Good swimmer and triathlete.
– Participated in Kenya project (hyper invested).
– Part of the program “CAP or not CAP? And captain of the 4th-3rd LFI AFLEC cross-country team (3rd and then 4th and 2nd in person) who finished 6th in the last round of the DASSA League (competitions between international schools of Dubai) and 8th all year round (out of 29 establishments).

Matisse ANDRIEU:
– Dubai International High School AFLEC
– In the Boy Team “School”
– In 3rd class.
– Also has a mad schedule (live and dead languages, options, swimming training and CAP).
– Play rugby (Hurricanes Sevens).
– Participated in Kenya project (hyper invested).
– Part of the program “CAP or not CAP? And the 4th-3rd LFI AFLEC Cross-Country Boys Team (ranked 33rd) who placed 6th in the last round of the DASSA League (competitions between Dubai International Schools) and 8th overall. year (out of 29 establishments).

 

Antoine FLOCH:
– Dubai International High School AFLEC
– Breton as his sister! Went sailing.
– lived in South Africa and Saudi Arabia.
– In 3rd class
– Plans to work in the field of computer science.
– Part of the program “CAP or not CAP? And the 4th-3rd LFI AFLEC cross-country boys team (ranked best: 60th) who placed 6th in the last round of the DASSA League (competitions between international schools in Dubai) and 8th overall. year (out of 29 establishments).

Mohamed ESSONNI:
– Dubai International High School AFLEC
– In the Boy Team “School”
– Hyper calm, very respectful of others, not one word higher than the other;
– Terminal ES.
– Oriented towards business and management studies.
– Good footballer (midfielder).
– Part of the program “CAP or not CAP? And the LFI AFLEC cross-country boys’ high school team (highest personal ranking: 24th) who finished 2nd in the last round of the DASSA League (competitions between international schools in Dubai) and 3rd overall year (out of 29 establishments).
 
Youssef SAAD:
– Dubai International High School AFLEC
– In the Boy Team “School”
– Student of 1st S
– Good footballer.

 

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