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Wednesday June 29th, 2016

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Sportwomen speak

Our series on Bouygues Construction employees who are also high-level athletes continues. This week, read about Ludivine, champion of Qwan Ki Do. You can also watch her practising her discipline. Find out the previous portrait of Guillaume.

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