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LIVESTREAM: No world hour record in Brussels, follow the 46th Memorial Van Damme here | Memorial Van Damme


Fri 02 September 2022

15:45

Tonight it’s that time again, when the top of the athletics world gathers in Brussels for the Memorial Van Damme. Of course, the Belgian toppers are also present. Watch the Memorial from 7:15 pm on Canvas or with a livestream. And follow all the action below with live text.

  1. 8 p.m. 04. Can Watrin shine for his own people? Julien Watrin is ready for the 400 meter hurdles. Tough competition for our compatriot including world champion Alison dos Santos. Wilfried Happio and Yasmani Copello are also there. They took silver and bronze respectively in the European Championship final, in which Watrin finished sixth. .

    Can Watrin shine for his own people?

    Julien Watrin is ready for the 400 meter hurdles. Tough competition for our compatriot including world champion Alison dos Santos. Wilfried Happio and Yasmani Copello are also there. They took silver and bronze respectively in the European Championship final, in which Watrin finished sixth.

  2. 8:01 PM I thought it was over after the European Championship, but I wanted to give it my all one last time. I am satisfied with my race. At the European Championships I was able to outdo myself with the Cheetahs. Individually there is a difference, then there is a little less drive to run so fast. . Helena Ponette.

    I thought it was over after the European Championship, but I wanted to give it my all one more time. I am satisfied with my race. At the European Championships I was able to outdo myself with the Cheetahs. Individually there is a difference, then there is a little less drive to run so fast.

    Helena Ponette

  3. 7 p.m. 54. Strong Kevin Borlée beats O’Donell.

    Strong Kevin Borlée beats O’Donell

  4. 7 p.m. 53. Kevin Borlée rushes to the win. Kevin Borlée has to throw everything into battle, but with a nice final sprint he can just hold off the Irish Christopher O’Donnell. He wins in 45″72. Alexander Doom is third, Jonathan and Dylan Borlée complete the top five. Sacoor finishes 7th.  .

    Kevin Borlée rushes to the win

    Kevin Borlée has to throw everything into battle, but with a nice final sprint he can just hold off the Irish Christopher O’Donnell. He wins in 45″72. Alexander Doom is third, Jonathan and Dylan Borlée complete the top five. Sacoor finishes 7th.

  5. 7 p.m. 52. Tornado time. Just like the Cheetahs, the Belgian Tornados also get their moment the gloire. Jonathan, Kevin and Dylan Borlée, together with their teammates Jonathan Sacoor and Alexander Doom, come into action for an extra 400 meters. Julien Watrin is not there, he will soon be running the 400 meter hurdles. .

    Tornado time

    Just like the Cheetahs, the Belgian Tornados also get their moment the gloire. Jonathan, Kevin and Dylan Borlée, together with their teammates Jonathan Sacoor and Alexander Doom, come into action for an extra 400 meters. Julien Watrin is not there, he will soon be running the 400 meter hurdles.

  6. 7 p.m. 51. Opulence in javelin throwing. The field of participants in the women’s javelin throw is brimming with class. All medal winners, which are six different women, from both the World Cup and the European Championship are on the competition sheet.  The main thing to look forward to is the duel between the Australian world champion Kelsey-Lee Barber and the barely 19-year-old European champion Elina Tzengko from Greece. .

    Opulence in the javelin throw

    The field of participants in the women’s javelin throw is full of class. All medal winners, which are six different women, from both the World Cup and the European Championship are on the competition sheet.

    The main thing to look forward to is the duel between the Australian world champion Kelsey-Lee Barber and the barely 19-year-old European champion Elina Tzengko from Greece.

  7. 19:50. World Cup toppers in the triple jump. The triple jumpers are also busy preparing for their competition. Reigning Olympic champion Pedro Pichardo was the big gulp with gold at the World Cup and European Championship this summer. The Portuguese is not there tonight, but with Hugues Fabrice Zango and Zhu Yaming, the silver and bronze medalist of the World Cup are present. Jean-Marc Pontvianne, bronze at the European Championships, and two-time Olympic champion Christian Taylor are also joining the fight. .

    World Cup toppers in the triple jump

    The triple jumpers are also busy preparing for their competition. Reigning Olympic champion Pedro Pichardo was the big gulp with gold at the World Cup and European Championship this summer. The Portuguese is not there tonight, but with Hugues Fabrice Zango and Zhu Yaming, the silver and bronze medalist of the World Cup are present.

    Jean-Marc Pontvianne, bronze at the European Championships, and two-time Olympic champion Christian Taylor are also joining the fight.

  8. 7 p.m. 46. No profit, but PR for Ponette. Just not a win for Helena Ponette. She has to tolerate the French Amandine Brossier, who wins in 51″74. Ponette finishes in 51″82, an improvement on her personal best. Camille Laus is 5th after the Jamaican Rushell Clayton and the Dutch Eveline Saalberg. Imke Vervaet is 6th and Paulien Couckuyt 7th. Nina Hespel closes the line. .

    No profit, but PR for Ponette

    Just not a win for Helena Ponette. She has to tolerate the French Amandine Brossier, who wins in 51″74. Ponette finishes in 51″82, an improvement on her personal best.

    Camille Laus is 5th after the Jamaican Rushell Clayton and the Dutch Eveline Saalberg. Imke Vervaet is 6th and Paulien Couckuyt 7th. Nina Hespel closes the line.

  9. 7 p.m. 46. Helena Ponette second in 400m.

    Helena Ponette second in 400m

  10. 7:45 p.m. Cheetahs in action. We still have to wait a little while for the official 400 meters competition for the women, but an extra 400 meters has been added to the program especially for the Belgian Cheetahs tonight. Camille Laus, Pauline Couckuyt, Helena Ponette, Imke Vervaet and Nina Hespel compete against each other. .

    Cheetahs in action

    It is still a while to wait for the official 400 meters competition for the women, but an extra 400 meters has also been added to the program tonight especially for the Belgian Cheetahs. Camille Laus, Pauline Couckuyt, Helena Ponette, Imke Vervaet and Nina Hespel compete against each other.

  11. 7 pm 38. Again disappointment for Ben Broeders. The pole vault has already started in full swing, but for Ben Broeders the story has already ended. Our compatriot failed three times at the starting height of 5.41 meters. After his disappointing World Cup and European Championship, a new downer for Broeders. .

    Again disappointment for Ben Broeders

    The pole vault has already started in full swing, but for Ben Broeders the story has already ended. Our compatriot failed three times at the starting height of 5.41 meters. After his disappointing World Cup and European Championship, a new downer for Broeders.

  12. 7 p.m. 38. Ben Broeders can’t reach 5.41m.

    Ben Broeders can’t reach 5.41m

  13. 7 p.m. 26. Mo Farrah keeps his world hour record.

    Mo Farrah keeps his world hour record

  14. 19 hours 24. No world hour record for Sawe. The final shot rings, Sawe didn’t make it. He of course wins this hour run, but remains above Mo Farah’s record. .

    No world hour record for Sawe

    The final shot rings, Sawe didn’t make it. He of course wins this hour run, but remains above Mo Farah’s record.

  15. 19 hours 22. One and a half minutes from the end we have to conclude that it was a brave attempt, but that the world hour record remains in the name of Mo Farah. Marc Willems.

    One and a half minutes from the end we have to conclude that it was a brave attempt, but that the world hour record remains in the name of Mo Farah.

    Marc Willems

  16. 19 hours 20. Abdi remains the record holder in the 20 km. Bashir Abdi keeps his record in the 20 kilometers. Sawe passes in 56’20″55 and stays just above Abdi’s top time. .

    Abdi remains the record holder in the 20 km

    Bashir Abdi keeps his record in the 20 kilometers. Sawe passes in 56’20″55 and stays just above Abdi’s top time.

  17. 19 hours 18. 56’20″02, that’s the best world time (not an official world record) that Bashir Abdi set here two years ago in the 20 kilometers. Is Sawe doing better? .

    56’20″02, that’s the best world time (not an official world record) that Bashir Abdi set here two years ago in the 20 kilometers. Is Sawe doing better?

  18. 7 pm 11. The chance that Mo Farah will lose his world hour record tonight is getting smaller and smaller. Sawe is losing ground.  .

    The chance that Mo Farah will lose his world hour record tonight is getting smaller. Sawe is losing more and more ground.

  19. 7 p.m. 08. Sawe is having a hard time. Sawe is starting to have a hard time. His lead on the lights has suddenly melted away. Are the chances of an hour record gone or does he still have something left in the tank? .

    Sawe is having a hard time

    Sawe is starting to have a hard time. His lead on the lights has suddenly melted away. Are the chances of an hour record gone or does he still have something left in the tank?

  20. 6:59 pm Sawe splits with Kandie. Currently, the Kenyan is faster than the accompanying lights and is thus ahead of schedule. Can he maintain this pace for more than 20 minutes? .

    Sawe splits with Kandie. Currently, the Kenyan is faster than the accompanying lights and is thus ahead of schedule. Can he maintain this pace for more than 20 minutes?

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