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Marathon contre la Muco

par Jesper Florén

481,95 €

collectés sur 421,95 €


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In english below !

Dites-nous un peu plus sur votre défi!
La famille Florén reste mobilisée dans la lutte contre la Mucoviscidose. Cette année, on se lance dans un challenge familiale. Jesper va faire 21 tours d'environ 2km dans le Vallon (de Chavenay) à fin de cumuler 42,195 metres sur le compteur (soit un marathon entier). Les filles vont elles aussi faire un marathon mais en vélo (distance cumulée entre elles).

Dans la fiche "les actus" vous allez pouvoir suivre les 10 semaines de préparation pour le marathon, pour ceux qui s'y intéressent! :-)

Pourquoi ce projet vous tient-il au coeur ?
Ca fait des années que la famille FLOREN assiste au fabuleux Virade des Rois à St Germain-en-Laye tant que visiteur/contributeur et également tant que bénévole pour le triathlon à fin de supporter l’Association, et en particulier le fils de nos amis qui souffre de cette maladie. Cette année on s’engage donc encore plus contre la mucoviscidose en faisant participer activement toute la famille dans un défi sportif!

Quel est votre objectif?
Nous comptons récolter minimum 42.195 euros / semaine en moyenne, jusqu'à la date du marathon de Jesper (soit un total de 421.95€ d'ici le 25 octobre).

D'un point de vu perso, Jesper cherche également à (enfin) franchir la barre de sub 3h30 pour cette distance après deux premiers accomplis en 3h35 (Valencia 2018) et 3h42 (Paris 2019), un marathon abandonée (Amsterdam 2019 par cause de blessure) et un marathon annulé à la dernière minute à cause du Covid (Barcelone 2020). 



Tell us more about your challenge

The Florén family remains dedicated to the battle agains Cystic Fibrosis. This year, we launch ourselves in a family challenge. Jesper will run 21 laps around his home village Chavenay (in "the Vallon") in order to add 42,195 meters to his tally, i.e. a full marathon. My girls will also participate and will share the distance between them on their bikes! 

On this page, under the heading "Les Actus", you will be able to follow the 10 weeks of preparations for the marathon, in case you are interested! :-)

Why are you interested in this cause in particular? 

It's been several years that the Florén family is involved in this fabulous charity which is "Virade des Rois" in St Germain en Laye. Both as visitors, as course officials and also as athletes/fund raisers. The objective is clearly to support the Association and perhaps in particular the son of family friends who is suffering from this disease. This year, we commit even more in the battle against Cystic Fibrosis by engaging in a family sporting challenge.

What is your objective?
We aim to raise minimum 42.195 euros / week in average, until the date of Jesper's marathon (i.e. a total of 421.95€ by October 25th. Please help us get there!

On a more personal note, Jesper also aims to (at long last) finish a marathon in less than 3h30, after 2 earlier ones completed in 3h35 (Valencia 2018) and 3h42 (Paris 2019), one more abandonned (Amsterdam 2019 due to injury) and yet another one cancelled at the last minute due to Covid (Barcelona 2020).

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Gilles Ambrois

30 €


Bram Vanderelst

30 €

Great cause and an interesting challenge. Good luck Jesper!


Shilpa Mizzi

120 €

BRAVO Jesper!


30 €


BRUNO guy de chamisso

50 €

Merci pour ton engagement! Si Aparna courrait et mettait une photo, j'aurais mis plus...


Stephan Karlstedt

21,95 €


Emmanuelle Faucon

30 €



50 €


John Cederblad

30 €


Wilfried Deleporte

20 €

Belle initiative à nouveau, et en famille en plus ! Bravo.
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  • Jesper Florén

    Créateur de la page


    Week 7 / session 1

    Already Thursday and "only" the first outing?! Yes, unfortunately the line from A to B is not always a straight one. I should have done 30kms already but my achilles string does not agree. After last weeks "recovery runs" (!) I started having strange sensations on the inside of the Achilles string (see point of the scissors on the picture below). Very local and light pain. Also, very stiff in the morning and after sitting still for a while.

    Not good! Doctors' appointment has been booked, but he is a busy guy so I can only see him next week. In the meantime, resting (which I did since Sunday morning until this morning). Tried this morning to go for 10K but the discomfort came back and grew worse during the run so I stopped after 7. Let's see if some more days of "not running" will help. It certainly wont help my fitness...


  • Jesper Florén

    Créateur de la page


    Week 6 / Session 4


    6th week completed with another run in Frankfurt. Week 7 should see a run in Stockholm depending on how I can manage my time (and if no last minut Covid stuff sees the trip being cancelled - touch wood!).

    It was a recovery week and for sure the intensity was a lot less. In terms of distance, I still put in 55kms pushing the total tally during this preparation to 362km. Until now, the body has responded well, but a small red flag came out yesterday. Hoping it is nothing and that it will soon disappear. Checking with a doctor for "home treatments" and ways to relieve the pain and take care of the issue. Funny that should happen at the end of a "recovery week"!



  • Jesper Florén

    Créateur de la page


    Week 6 / Session 3

    Needed to put some intensisty into the recovery week so today we headed off to the track in Villepreux to do some interval training. We all made different choices but I did 30 secs sprints and 30 secs recovery. 2 series of 8 each. Not too tough, but it is not a walk in the park either! :-) 


  • Jesper Florén

    Créateur de la page


    Week 6 / Session 2

    A very nice habit has started. 4 buddies are managing more and more often to synchronise our trainings so we can head out together. This morning was the same. 1 hour goes past in a flash, when you are chatting the entire way.

    Two more softish trainings to come this weekend, before attacking the serious last 3 intense weeks of preparations (the final two are softer, to conserve energy and to "create juice" for the big day).



  • Jesper Florén

    Créateur de la page


    Week 6 / Session 1

    The recovery week has started and it did with a stunning morning in the Nidda Park in Frankfurt. Absolutely beautiful! 

    Legs still tired from Sunday, so this relaxing week comes in handy! :-)


  • Jesper Florén

    Créateur de la page


    Week 5 / Session 4

    When you fail, try, try again right? That's what I did. Last saturday I crashed and could not complete the training so today I tried the same. 5km warm-up followed by 3 x 25mn at minimum 13.33km/h (min. 4'30/km). Fantastic result and I kept nicely within the limit for each of the 75 minutes. A bit more than 27kms in 2h20. Good effort! Great help by Alex who pushed me all the way! :-)

    Biggest training week yet. 300m short of 70kms! Next week is recovery week so I will be going a whole lot cooler and relaxed than previous weeks.


  • Jesper Florén

    Créateur de la page


    Week 5 / Session 3


    The journey continues. Today I did another pulse check running the exact same 10K as I have done a couple of times earlier. The form is improving steadily. Will be ready on D-Day! :-)


  • Jesper Florén

    Créateur de la page


    Week 5 / Session 2

    For the 2nd run in the row there were four of us ligthing up the nightly skies and country roads. A relatively calm hour of running, despite some rather severe climbs. The weekend promises to be tougher...



  • Jesper Florén

    Créateur de la page


    Week 5 / Session 1

    The session started with 4 buddies collecting over a period of 15-20 minutes whilst running. During the intense course of training, the number of participants reduced to only one! :-) It must be said that two missed the warm-up and it is strictly impossible to do this one without a warm-up. 

    17 sprints of one minute each, with two minute "recovery" at 12kms/h (5mn/km). It is not really recovery, as it is a pretty good marathon tempo for even a decent amateur. Said and done, then 5 minute real recovery with slow jogg, before taking on 15 minutes at 13kms/h (1km/h faster than my planned marathon tempo). Very good morning that again started with a wake-up call at 5h30 in order to be able to finish the 1h40m long run, before having to log-on! 


  • Jesper Florén

    Créateur de la page


    Week 4 / Session 4

    Time to reboot the machine and reset the parameters. A calm 10K recovery run with the pulse below 130bpm average should do the trick. 

    4th week completed with a total tally of 62kms. Since beginning august, the total distance for running now stands at a bit over 250kms. 



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