With the Wake Forest University season on hold due to COVID-19, Isabelle Dutranoit is taking advantage of the Running Season in Bermuda.
In the 2020 Indoor Season, Dutranoit raced exclusively at 3000m as a freshman.
Back in February Dutranoit had a season-best 9:45.62 at the ACC Championship, she would also set the Bermuda National Record in the 3000m with a time of 9:50.80 at the Camel City Invitational also in February.
Dutranoit was crowned the 2020 MAAC No Frills 10K Female Champion, finishing second to the overall winner Damian Gold, Dutranoit finishing with a time of 38:52.
Dutranoit on Sunday ran to victory in the 2020 Hannover Re Half Marathon in the Female Division, Dutranoit crossed the line 4th overall with a time of 1:26:37.
During the 2019 CARIFTA Games at the Truman Bodden Sports Complex in the Cayman Islands, Dutranoit won Gold when she competed in the Women’s 3000 Meters Open event in a time of 10:21.63.
Dutranoit qualified for the 2020 Carifta Games after running a time of 9:54.86 in the 3000m during the Bob Pollock Indoor Meet.