Their efforts were rewarded! Noemi Alphonse received, from the hands of the Prime Minister, Pravind Jugnauth and the Minister of Sports Stephan Toussaint, a check for Rs 2.5 million and Anaïs Angeline a check for 1 million.

The Prime Minister did not fail to point out that these athletes have brought “the honor and pride of Mauritius”. He praised the efforts and sacrifices as well as those of their families and coaches.

As a reminder, Noemi Alphonse, 28, won the title of world champion in the 100m in the T54 category, at the Kobe Universiade Memorial Stadium, in Japan. The para-athlete thus became the first Mauritian sportswoman to achieve such a feat.

Anaïs Angeline, for her part, won the title of world vice-champion in the long jump.

The coaches of these athletes were also rewarded during this ceremony.

Naomi 1

Noemi 2

Naomi 3

Naomi 4

Naomi 5

Naomi 6

Naomi 7

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