Sherbrooke pediatrician raises $1,500 for shared runs organization

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Sherbrooke pediatrician raises $1,500 for shared runs organization
(Photo : Sébastien Roulier)

On Sunday, around 2 p.m., Sébastien Roulier, a pediatrician and ultramarathon runner in Sherbrooke, concluded his second annual 24-hour running challenge around Lac des Nations, however, he was unable to best his mark from last year.
Roulier set a new standard in the Guiness Book of World Records in 2021, running 185.5 km, or 53 laps, around Lac des Nations while simultaneously pushing people with reduced mobility using a specialized wheelchair apparatus. He was attempting to break his own world record.
According to a press release, the event, which ran from Sept. 24 to 25 in support of Sherbrooke Shared Races, an organization that meets once a week to connect runners and people with reduced mobility, concluded with Roulier completing 47 laps or 166 km.
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