The Brussels Grand Prix is an international athletics meeting that exists since 2008. The objective is to offer as many athletes as possible the opportunity to achieve a great performance on the mythical track of the King Baudouin Stadium.
The organisation does everything possible to offer optimal conditions to achieve records and/or minimums for the international championships.
More than 700 athletes came to the ultra-fast track of the Roi Baudouin stadium in 2017. Every year, the meeting moves up in the world all-athletics ranking (anchored in the top 100 since 2015).
The vocation of the Brussels Grand Prix is also to stimulate the Brussels athletes by offering them an international competition. In addition, events for the disabled, for young people and for the regional level are also on the programme. Conviviality and inspiration are therefore the leitmotivs of the Brussels Grand Prix.
Renowned athletes have already come to participate, such as Nafissatou Thiam, Ladji Doucouré, Michael Frater, Filip Milanov, Vivian Cheruiyot, Eline Berings, Adam Gemili, European 100m record-holders Francis Obikwelu and Jimmy Vicaut Leslie Djhone, Thomas Vanderplaetsen, Nick Willis, Eilidh Doyle, Zhang Guowei and the Borlée brothers. A fine collection of international medallists.
Find here the report of the 2017 edition.