After Bali, Guyana and California, the 16th edition of the 100% women raid, organized by Alexandre Debanne, will take place in Cambodia from December 1st to 11th 2017.
Six days and six different stages : trekking, mountain bike, canoe, triathlon, running, treasure hunting. About three hundreds participants really motivated, including Patricia Jean from Saint-Tropez, ranking 14th out of 99 in 2016 (in California).
When she arrived in Saint-Tropez in 1969, Patricia was only 3, and his uncle, Paul Tomaselli, former owner of the Voile Rouge beach club, offered a legendary and worldwide reputation to his small beach restaurant located in Pampelonne. In her daily life, this extreme sports and fashion enthusiast has been involved in the success of the Sunday fashion store. Her brother Philippe, young creative fashion designer, runs this family business which perpetuates a concept of “happy, girly and carefree” fashion made in Saint-Tropez.
Spending 6 months a year in St. Barths, where is located a tropical Sunday store (in Shell Beach), Patricia Jean, toplevel athlete, is a fashionable businesswoman. Successful challenge with the creation of BO KAO, new restaurant in Gustavia providing world fusion cuisine of Japanese and Peruvian gastronomy and glam cocktails… and the opening of two FIT ONE fitness centres in the French West Indies. “Each year, I dedicate the raid to my mother”, Patricia said. In 2017, for the third time, the Dai Dai team will be on the starting blocks in Cambodia. Sponsored by Sunday, Mihabodytec and Adequat, this 2017 Dai Dai team – ‘go on, go on’ in Italian – is composed of Patricia Jean, Magali Assan and Caroline Peyronnet. Big-hearted athletes who support the Handicap Horizons Bénévoles association and represent Saint-Tropez.