Supporting CFC through athletic feats seems to be an integral component of the France family's DNA. Renee France, CFC's Singapore Operations Manager and her husband, Paul, have previously competed in Singapore's Vertical Marathon to raise money for CFC, and recently, their six year-old daughter, Vivienne, decided to follow their lead. Vivienne and her friend Isabella, both students at the Canadian International school (CIS) in Singapore, competed in the Kid's Spartan Race, an 800m dash complete with various obstacles – climbing, crawling, and running. Their mothers encouraged them to incorporate fundraising into their muddy athletic endeavors, and they chose to support CFC’s Race to Better Education.
The two fearless competitors literally threw themselves into the challenge - and the mud! Both girls finished the course with smiles on their faces, and when they learned that they had raised SGD$1600, they were even more delighted. All in good fun, and all for CFC!
Well done Vivienne and Isabella - you are quite the inspiration!