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Our review of I don't run, I fly!: gold medal for sport on stage


CRITICISM – At the Rond-Point, the piece by Élodie Menant paints the portrait of a young athlete who is aiming for the Olympic Games. An exciting marathon show.

Today I am going to make history!

, promises Julie Linard.

Does the champion exist?

Have we missed this runner who attempted the 800 meter final at the Olympic Games?

It was she who said to her younger brother:

“I don't run, I fly!


desire that she has carried with her since her early childhood and has wanted to make it happen for twelve years.

Nourished by his idols.

Élodie Menant tells a personal trajectory against the backdrop of a great story, that of a woman who goes after her dream despite an asthmatic state.

With Éric Bu, she had created

Am I having a mouthful of Arletty?

(two Molières including that of the 2020 musical show) already staged by Johanna Boyé.

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Emotion and humor

Julie Linard meets champions like Laure Manaudou, Usain Bolt or Rafael Nadal.

They too are determined to

"fight every day"

, even to


the adversary.

In defiance of psychological and physical pain.

The girl wants...

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Source: lefigaro

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