The 10th edition of MYSCHOOLPULSE 5K ‘Walk or Run” in Faqra on Sunday August 4, 2019

Around 2,000 participants contributed in turning this event into the sporty, bucolic and relaxed reunion it has become, where runners, walkers and families converge into an exceptional setting to support Myschoolpulse’s action.

Myschoolpulse, founded by Mireille Nassif and Danièle Diab, brings school to hospital to sick children stricken by cancer or other serious illnesses.

The race took place in Faqra and ended with the medal ceremony during which the ambassadors of Myschoolpulse, from the world of sport and cinema, took part. Medals and gifts were then awarded to 5K winners in twelve age categories and to 1K winners in two age categories. Congratulations to our overall 5K winners Rachem Baghdad (16’45”) and Nadia Nehme (22’20”).

Runners praised the NGO for the outstanding technical organization of the races. Myschoolpulse extends special thanks to those without whom the high standards of the event would not have been reached: Faqra Club, the Beirut Marathon Association, the Lebanese Athletics Federation, and all the generous sponsors.

This event took place in the presence of many business leaders and civil society representatives.

See you on Sunday August 2, 2020 for the 11th edition of the race!

583 CHILDREN SCHOOLED IN FIVE HOSPITALS

Myschoolpulse’s hospital school program is available at five hospitals in Lebanon. To date, Myschoolpulse offered around 30,000 hours of tutoring lessons for 583 sick children. Tutoring sessions are instructed by experienced teachers and typically take place at the children’s bedside in their hospital room. Bringing school to hospital allows the hospitalized children to resume normal schooling while undergoing their long medical treatments that usually prevent them from going to school.

Myschoolpulse’s action has had a significant impact on the academic development of sick children with 92% of them passing to the upper level in June 2019, some of whom with honors!

The children’s schooling reconnects them to normality and detaches them a little from their battle against illness, thus keeping alive their hope of regained perspectives.

For more information or for donations, please visit the NGO’s website at www.myschoolpulse.com.

WINNERS’ TIMINGS BY RACE CATEGORY:

5K WOMEN

Overall Category

1. Nadia Nehme 22’20” (Adidas Runners)
2. Pia Makhoul 22’41” 
3. Valentina Morozluk 23’13” (ABC)

1964 and older:

1. Rafca MAHFOUZ 25’33” (Fortis Tigris)
2. Anne-Marie Habib 26’34” (Myschoolpulse)
3. Nahed Hajjar 26’59” (Blom)

1965 to 1969:

1. Nada Sejaan 26’28” (Let’s Run)
2. Monique Chebli 27’06” (Inter Lebanon)         
3. Zeina Kazan 29’49” 

1970 to 1974:

1. Nada Jisr 23’40” 
2. Dunya Feghaly 24’12” (Myschoolpulse)
3. Karina Sukar 25’15” (Inter Lebanon)

1975 to 1979: 

1. Joella KATTOUAH TABET 24’40” (Fortis Tigris)
2. Dia  Mchaimech 28’11” (Let’s Run)
3. Hanan Abdul Khalek 28’19” (Inter Lebanon)

1980 to 1984: 

1. Reem Aboul Hosn 25’43” (Inter Lebanon)
2. Mary Kleyaani 26’43” (Aishti)
3. Eliane Haddad 29’04” 

1985 to 1989: 

1. Lama Mattar 23’36” (Inter Lebanon)
2. Raissa  Haddad 24’05” (Let’s Run)
3. Lama Saab 24’42” (Let’s Run)

1990 to 1994:

1. Laura Diab 23’38” (Myschoolpulse)
2. Eshet Shenkute 23’49” (Elite Running Club)
3. Sarah Ekmekjian 26’15” (Saja Foundation)

1995 to 1999: 

1. Tamara Zein 24’28” (LAU)
2. Dina Makki 25’12” (Inter Lebanon)
3. Eva Maria  Kahwaji 28’12” (Let’s Run)

2000 to 2001: 

1. Marwa Itani 27’21” (Inter Lebanon)
2. Anna Stancofski 27’55” (Inter Lebanon)
3. Alexia Samir Iskandar 28’18” (542)

2002 to 2004: 

1. Angela Saade 24’43” (Inter Lebanon)
2. Clara Asseily 25’39” 
3. Yara Feghaly 28’05” (Myschoolpulse)

2005 to 2006: 

1. Angela Saade 24’43” (Inter Lebanon)
2. Clara Asseily 25’39” 
3. Yara Feghaly 28’05” (Myschoolpulse)

2007 and younger:

1. Marion Barakat 30’34” 
2. Yara  Diab 35’20” (Let’s Run)

3. Mia Sienna  Chemali 38’38” (Nabad)

5K MEN

Overall Category

            1. Rachem Baghdad 16’45” (Let’s Run)

            2. Imad Jizzini, 16’53” (ISF)

            3. Ahmad Farroukh, 17’24” (ISF)

1964 and older:

1. Yassin Arabiya 20’59” (ISF)
2. Hassana Nilsen 23’35” 
3. Joseph Saade 24’44” ” (Inter Lebanon)

  1. to 1969:

1.Ali Makki 19’42” (Inter Lebanon)
2. Younes EL SAYED 19’43” (Elite Running Club)
3. Mustafa Agha 22’09” (Adidas)

1970 to 1974: 

1. Daoud Moustafa 17’36” (Let’s Run)
2. Ali Khazaal 18’56” (ISF)
3. sami daou 19’29” 

1975 to 1979: 

1. Ali Berjawi 18’34” (Inter Lebanon)
2. George debline 19’26” (542)
3. Ali Jaber 19’52” (ISF)

1980 to 1984: 

1. Gian-Marco Frey 17’35” 
2. Hassan Hijazi 19’15” (Inter Lebanon)
3. Maroun Tabet 19’19” (Let’s Run)

1985 to 1989: 

1. Hussein Al Zein 18’29” (ISF)
2. Youssef Nader 18’45” (Let’s Run)
3. Omar Faour 18’47” ” (ISF)

1990 to 1994:

1. Samir  Selman 17’33” 
2. Karim Chehadeh 17’49” 
3. Danny  Casprini 18’00” (Let’s Run)

1995 to 1999: 

  1. Omar Heraky 17’45” (Adidas Runners)
    2. Wissam Abdallah 18’13” (ISF)
    3. Jad EL SAYED 18’17” (Elite Running Club)

2000 to 2001: 

1. Zeid Al Sayed 18’07” (Let’s Run)
2. Karim Harik 19’50” (LAU)
3. Ali Ramadan 25’44” (LAU)

2002 to 2004: 

1. Bassam El Hayeck 18’50” (Let’s Run)
2. Bilal Neaman 19’55” (Let’s Run)
3. Abeb Al Hakim Al Sayed21’36” (Let’s Run)

2005 to 2006: 

 1. Ralph  Feghaly 20’46” (Myschoolpulse)
2. Ibrahim Haidar 21’00” (Inter Lebanon)
3. Louis Karam 22’16” (Blom)

2007 and younger:

            1. William Farkouh 23’36”

            2. Michel Hakime 24’15”

            3. Mahmoud Yaghi 24’49” (Let’s Run)

1K GIRLS

2007-2009:

1. Audrey Hakime 04’08” 
2. Chiara Ziade 04’13” 
3. Marine Beauvalot 04’30” 

2010 and younger:

  1. Lily Daouk 04’14” 
    2. Maya Naboulsi 04’18” 
    3. Romy  Feghaly 04’33” 

1K BOYS

2007-2009:

1. Elias Khairallah 03’31” 
2. Christophe  Chamié 03’37” 
3. Matteo Taleb 03’39” 

2010 and younger:

1. Karl Fares 04’50” 
2. Jad Kobeissi 04’50” 
3. Dhari Hourani 04’56”

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