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250 participants of the University at the 13th Escher Kulturlaf

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Published on Wednesday, 11 September 2019

Last Saturday (September 7, 2019), 250 runners from the University of Luxembourg team took to the streets in the annual Escher Kulturlaf.

This dynamic event, organised by the Escher Kulturlaf A.S.B.L. promotes sport and culture, and reaches thousands of runners and supporters every year. It does not only offer a scenic route through Esch, but also entertains with live music and activities during the whole day.

The University Team participated for the fourth year in a row. 148 students and 102 staff members ran distances of either 10km or 10 miles. The spectrum of participants was extremely diverse, with representatives from each faculty and administration service.

The University congratulates all the runners for their accomplishments and would like to especially highlight the first three Uni.lu finishers in each category. Well done!

 

10 miles Men

Name

Time

 

Bourezgui, Ismail

1:01.49,5

Master student at the FLSHASE

Schiocchet, Christophe

1:06.42,2

Staff member, Technical Project Management, Infrastructure

Franck, Christian

1:09.35,3

Research scientist, FSTC, Unity RU CSC

 

10 miles Women

Name

Time

 

Baglayan, Basak

1:15.00,3

Postdoctoral researcher, FDEF

Treff, Véronique

1:25.31,5

Bachelor student in FLSHASE

Horsch, Kim Yana

1:25.53,6

Bachelor student in FLSHASE

 

10 km Men

Name

Time

 

Chiapponi, Giovanni

39.42,3

PhD student, FDEF, researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Procedural Law

Krause, Roland

41.37,3

Staff member, research scientist at the Luxembourg Center for Systems Biomedicine

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Schäfer, Markus

42.22,2

Full professor in Structural Engineering and Composite Structures, FSTC

 

10 km Women

Name

Time

 

Battistutta, Layla

49.44,1

Doctoral researcher, FLSHASE, Institute for Health and Behaviour (INSIDE)

Wang, Qingju

50.18,2

Research associate, Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust

Shang, Lan

52.06,4

Doctoral researcher at the FSTC, Engineering Science Unit

To round off a successful day, the organisers of the event presented Prof. Dr. Catherine Léglu, the new vice-rector for academic affairs of the University of Luxembourg, with a certificate for the largest participants group.

All results are available on Kulturlaf.lu

Photos: Michel Brumat / University of Luxembourg 2019