A new date for the Brussels Grand Prix!

With the current coronavirus crisis and the measures taken by our government, and our sports authorities, we were able to move our meeting to Sunday, August 9, 2020. Of course, measures and information concerning the implementation of an organizational plan are under consideration. We will come back to you as soon as possible with more information. The BGP team

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Brussels Grand Prix 2019

The Brussels Grand Prix is back for a new edition, the eleventh already!  This year, the organisers wanted to change the model. Organized on a Friday evening on August 23rd. The date was chosen according to the international calendar and more precisely, the World Championships to be held in Doha – from September 27 to October 6. The conquest of the WC standards will therefore be in the sights of the many athletes present. Not forgetting the other Belgians who, one week before the national championships, will be fine-tuning the final adjustments. The King Baudouin Stadium remains a landmark, a reference point for top level performances. Like last year, the meeting also offers a busy programme for the disabled athletes. The

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Brussels Grand Prix 2017

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

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Brussels Grand Prix 2016

Brussels Grand Prix at high speed! For the 8th edition the Brussels Grand Prix has reached a new milestone. Favourable weather, a fast track and above all an optimal date made it possible to have the best edition in the history of the Brussels Grand Prix. The meeting was launched particularly well with a Belgian record. Jolien Boumkwo has indeed dethroned her coach Blondeel with 17m09 at the top of the national hierarchy. Even better, with this achievement she qualifies for the European Championships in Amsterdam. On the 400m hurdles the Uruguayan Deborah Rodriguez was the fastest in front of European Junior Champion Nenah De Coninck who took the scalp of the Olympic Axelle Dauwens. 8 men went under 51 seconds

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