Brussels Grand Prix 2015

Brussels Grand Prix in international company.   2015 was a grand-cru ! Even the big “drache nationale”, did not manage to cool down the zeal of the athletes and organizers to offer a quality show all day long. The Brussels Grand Prix is now in the top 100 in the world ! This is a clear progress compared to previous editions. The collaboration between Maspoe (IFAM) and Brussels Athletics has borne fruit. Kevin and Dylan Borlée were back from a training camp in Valbonne. Kevin won the 400m in 45.62 while his younger brother ran 46.30. The good surprise came from the B heat with the five-star performance of David Pecceu in 46.21. His training partner Laetitia Libert had the

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Brussels Grand Prix 2014

Plenty of great performances in the Brussels Grand Prix. The Brussels Grand Prix was ready for an improbable performance with an impressive starting list, probably the best since its inception in 2008.  Many international stars and national locomotives were present. Unfortunately, the rain was also present and king soccer also put a stick in the wheels. Starting with the magical trio Borlée at 400m. Kevin won this fraternal fight in 45.99, in front of Jonathan 46.31 and especially Dylan 46.44, who came close to the European standard. The 400 meter hurdles opened the international program with a first class performance by Stef Van haeren who qualified for Zurich with an impressive 50.05. The tone was set. Also top times on

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Brussels Grand Prix 2013

A sensationnel Brussels Grand Prix! After a busy national programme, the King Baudouin Stadium opened its doors to international violence…starting on the hurdles. The tone was set from the outset with three world-class performances. In 13.04 the Dutch Rosina Hodde set a new record beating our compatriots Anne Zagré 13.05 and Eline Berings 13.11. The final would bring fireworks…and that was also the case. Anne Zagré beat american favourite Chelsea Eades. Unfortunately there are no official times because of a technical problem. Among the men, the hierarchy was respected with the victory of a living legend Ladji Doucoure. He was very happy with his season’s victory of 13.60. “I’ll be back, the track is super fast. There are still a few working points,

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Brussels Grand Prix 2011

An exceptional 4th edition of the Brussels Grand Prix. Thanks to the very good weather conditions, an excellent field of competitors and a very fast track, many athletes broke their personal records at the Brussels Grand Prix which was held as usual at the mythical King Baudouin stadium in Brussels. The performance of the day is undeniably the merit of the Brussels hurdler Anne Zagré (RCB) who ran 13.09 on the 100m hurdles. In addition to a personal record, Anne was selected for the world championship in Daegu (South Korea). The U24 limit is 13.10. A few minutes later, with a slight headwind, Anne Zagré put down a seasons best in the 100m in 11.56 beating the South African Carina

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