Brussels Grand Prix, a series of top performances! Sunday August 8th the 3rd edition of Brussels Grand Prix took place with several world-class athletes present that gave the Belgian and Brussels competition a boost. The headliner, the Jamaican Michel Brother, met expectations by winning the 100m in 10.19 beating the other Jamaican in the race, Ryan Shields (10.32). The latter won the 200m in 20.69 in front of the Jamaican Oral Simpson (20.85) and Toby Sandeman (20.89). Damien Broothaerts and Arnaud Destatte from Brussels finished in 21.52 and 21.59 respectively. Damien Broothaerts also shone in the 110m hurdles in 13.76, with which he equalled his best performance of the year. The race was won by American Ty Akins in 13.56.
10th anniversary edition! The Brussels Grand Prix celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2018. This jubilee edition was again a great success in terms of quality and quantity. The Brussels Grand Prix remains more than ever an international event with 26 countries represented, including New Zealand, South Africa, Japan and Ghana! The proposed programme was very complete with national and international participants in each discipline. This year the handi-athlete was put in the spotlight. 15 participants from 4 different countries and our top athletes Peter Genyn, Lea Bayekula and David Delespesse were very successful. There were also three events on the program to involve the children in the event. We especially remember the performance of the Dutch Sanne Verstegen who broke the
The Brussels Grand Prix is back! After the success of the 2019 edition, we are ready to start working on the 2020 edition. 2020 is the year of the Tokyo Olympics. The 12th edition of the Brussels Grand Prix will take place on Saturday 20 June 2020. Coincidence? We don’t think so! We are sure that the 2020 edition will be even better than the previous one! Block the 20/06/20 in your agendas! For the 2019 edition, the focus was on the disabled athletes. It was an undeniable success, many of the world’s top parathletes met on the track of the King Baudouin stadium: Johannes Nambala (Namibia), Kenny van Wheeghel (Netherlands), Jonathan Ntutu (South Africa). Also the regular program was