Cyrene Randrianasolo From France Wins 5th International Young Chef Olympiad

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After a grueling culinary battle held across four Indian cities over a period of six days, Cyrene Randrianasolo from France has been crowned the winner of the International Young Chef Olympiad 2019. A student of Albert de Mun Hotel and Catering School, Cyrene has beaten competitions from 49 other nations to emerge as the winner of the fifth edition of the world’s biggest culinary competition for student chefs. Along with the winner’s trophy, Cyrene also received a gold medal and a cheque for $10,000. She also got to wear the Golden Chef Cap that was given for the first time this year to the YCO Winner. The silver trophy went to Romania’s Bogdan-Petru-Alin Vandici of ICEP Hotel School and the bronze trophy went to England’s Luke Hayward from the University College of Birmingham.

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