The sports disciplines presented at the 55th Final of the Quebec-Laval Games allowed us to discover talented Quebec athletes aged 12 to 17. The precision in archery, the aggressiveness in mountain biking and the endurance in triathlon made me appreciate these disciplines even more.
After several years of absence, the women's softball team from the Laurentians made an excellent return to the Jeux du Québec.
The dynamic, Danielle St-Georges, responsible for the softball site, is surrounded by Chloé Ricci and Emma Montaruli, from the Laval delegation.
Justin Gauthier and Kariane Lefebvre, from Rouyn, represented their Abitibi region well in archery.
In archery, Chloé Lévesque had been waiting to participate in the Quebec Games since 2018.
After reaching the green in two strokes on a par five, Émile Cauchon, from Granby, and Charles Authier, from Bromont, analyzed their putt they had to make.
William Bellavance of L'Isle-Verte and Mathys Dubé of Rimouski won the bronze medal in the two-ball, best-ball event.
Louanne Aubin, from Sept-Îles, and Mercedes St-Onge, from Mani-utenam, who won gold in the two-ball, best-ball event, are accompanied by Ève Durette, from Matane, and Rosalie Arseneault, of Bonaventure.
The STL staff did an exceptional job. Daniel Brodeur, Senior Director of Operations, is accompanied by drivers, André Pilon and Jean-Yves Tessier, Charles Patrick, event supervisor, Dave Tremblay, driver, and Benoît Rouleau, supervisor.