LIVESTREAM: Belgian records for Julien Watrin and Cynthia Bolingo, follow the 46th Memorial Van Damme | Memorial Van Damme

LIVESTREAM: Belgian records for Julien Watrin and Cynthia Bolingo, follow the 46th Memorial Van Damme | Memorial Van Damme
LIVESTREAM: Belgian records for Julien Watrin and Cynthia Bolingo, follow the 46th Memorial Van Damme | Memorial Van Damme


Fri 02 September 2022

21:00

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. 9:51 PM. No world record for Mahuchich. The tension was in the air, but the magic never came. Also in her third attempt at 2.10 meters she does not hit the bar. Not a world record, but the Ukrainian wins the high jump with a phenomenal 2.05 meters. .

    No world record for Mahuchich

    The tension was in the air, but the magic never came. Also in her third attempt at 2.10 meters she does not hit the bar. Not a world record, but the Ukrainian wins the high jump with a phenomenal 2.05 meters.

  2. 21 hours 48. Personal best for Crestan. Jake Wightman, the world champion in the 1,500 meters and good for European Championship silver in the 800 meters, once again shows his blood form. The Briton wins in 1’43″65. Sedjati and Korir complete the top three, Crestan is fourth in 1’44’24”, setting a great personal record. .

    Personal record for Crestan

    Jake Wightman, the world champion in the 1,500 meters and good for European Championship silver in the 800 meters, once again shows his blood form. The Briton wins in 1’43″65. Sedjati and Korir complete the top three, Crestan is fourth in 1’44’24”, setting a great personal record.

  3. 9:45 pm Fireworks on the 800 meters. With the Kenyan Emmanuel Korrir, the Algerian Djamel Sedjati and the Canadian Marco Arop, the organizers secured the entire top three in the 800 meters of the last World Championship in Eugene.  Fireworks are therefore guaranteed at the closing run of this Memorial. Curious whether our compatriot Eliott Crestan can put these world toppers to the test, supported by the home crowd. .

    Fireworks on the 800 meters

    With the Kenyan Emmanuel Korrir, the Algerian Djamel Sedjati and the Canadian Marco Arop, the organizers tied the entire top three in the 800 meters of the last World Cup in Eugene.

    Fireworks are guaranteed on the closing run of this Memorial. Curious if our compatriot Eliott Crestan can put these world toppers to the test, supported by the home crowd.

  4. 9 p.m. 44. Towards a world record for Mahuchich? Mahuchich has a taste for it and actually takes her chance at world record height. In her first two attempts at 2.10 meters she touched the bar. Does it work the third time? .

    On the way to world record for Mahuchich?

    Mahuchich has a taste for it and actually takes her chance at world record height. In her first two attempts at 2.10 meters she touched the bar. Does it work the third time?

  5. 9 p.m. 41. Best World Year Performance for Mahuchich. Jaroslava continues on her own in the high jump and the Ukrainian does so with gusto. On her second attempt she goes over 2.05 meters and sets a best world year performance and meeting record, she also equals her national record. .

    Best World Year Performance for Mahuchich

    Jaroslava continues on her own in the high jump and the Ukrainian does so with gusto. On her second attempt she goes over 2.05 meters and sets a best world year performance and meeting record, she also equals her national record.

  6. 9:39 p.m. Mageean trumps Muir. Exciting denouement in the 1,500 meters. Ciara Mageean puts down a great race and wins in 3’56″63, a national record for the Irish. European champion Lara Muir has to settle for second, Freweyni Hailu is third. Vanderelst is 11th in 4’04” 43, a season best for her. .

    Mageean trumps Muir

    Exciting denouement in the 1,500 meters. Ciara Mageean puts down a great race and wins in 3’56″63, a national record for the Irish. European champion Lara Muir has to settle for second, Freweyni Hailu is third. Vanderelst is 11th in 4’04” 43, a season best for her.

  7. 9 pm 38. Elise Vanderelst 11th with her best performance of the season.

    Elise Vanderelst 11th with her best performance of the season

  8. 9 p.m. 34. Vanderelst in action in the 1,500 meters. Elise Vanderelst didn’t have a successful summer of athletics, maybe she can polish her blazon tonight in the 1,500 meters. Laura Muir, European champion and good for bronze at the last World Cup, also made the trip to Brussels. .

    Vanderelst in action on the 1,500 meters

    Elise Vanderelst didn’t have a successful summer of athletics, maybe she can polish her blazon tonight in the 1,500 meters. Laura Muir, European champion and good for bronze at the last World Cup, also made the trip to Brussels.

  9. 9 pm 31. Victory for Mahuchich. The win in the high jump goes to Yaroslava Mahuchich. The Ukrainian wins with a jump over 2.02 meters. Patterson is second with 1.94 meters, her Australian compatriot Olyslagers third with 1.91 meters. .

    Win for Mahuchich

    The win in the high jump goes to Yaroslava Mahuchich. The Ukrainian wins with a jump over 2.02 meters. Patterson is second with 1.94 meters, her Australian compatriot Olyslagers third with 1.91 meters.

  10. 9 p.m. 29. Records galore at 5,000 meters. What a tough 5,000 meter race we have just seen. Of the top ten, no fewer than nine athletes have set a personal best and four of them also set a national record. .

    Records galore at 5,000 meters

    What a tough 5,000 meter race we have just seen. Of the top ten, no fewer than nine athletes have set a personal best and four of them also set a national record.

  11. 9 p.m. 27. Jacob Krop sets a world record in the 5000 meters.

    Jacob Krop runs a world record in the 5000 meters

  12. 9 p.m. 26. Best world year performance for Krop. The 5,000 meters are also blisteringly fast. Jacob Krop wins convincingly in 12’45″71, a best world year performance! Grant Fischer is second in 12’46″96, taking the American record from Bernard Lagat. .

    Best world year performance for Krop

    The 5,000 meters are also blisteringly fast. Jacob Krop wins convincingly in 12’45″71, a best world year performance! Grant Fischer is second in 12’46″96, taking the American record from Bernard Lagat.

  13. 9 p.m. 22. Exit Patterson in high jump. At the World Championships in Eugene she was able to trump Mahuchich for the win, but that will not work for Eleanor Patterson tonight. The Australian also fails on her third attempt at 1.97 meters. .

    Exit Patterson in high jump

    At the World Championships in Eugene she was able to trump Mahuchich for the win, but that will not work for Eleanor Patterson tonight. The Australian also fails on her third attempt at 1.97 meters.

  14. 9 p.m. 19. Thiam-Vidts duel. The spectators sit on the edge of their seats as Nafi Thiam and Noor Vidts start their competition in the long jump. Normally Thiam would participate in the high jump, but an inflamed toe prevented that. A duel in the long jump with her fellow heptathlon star Vidts is the alternative. The top favorite for the win seems to be the Nigerian Ese Brume, the silver medalist of the last World Cup. .

    Duel Thiam-Vidts

    The spectators sit on the edge of their seats, as Nafi Thiam and Noor Vidts start their competition in the long jump. Normally, Thiam would participate in the high jump, but an inflamed toe prevented that.

    A duel in the long jump with her fellow heptathlon star Vidts is the alternative. The top favorite for the win seems to be the Nigerian Ese Brume, the silver medal winner of the last World Cup.

  15. 9 pm 17. Duplantis: “Maybe I needed a wake-up call”.

    Duplantis: “Maybe I needed a wake-up call”

  16. 9 pm 16. I didn’t jump well, I didn’t find the rhythm in my run. I also did not perform a number of things technically correctly. It’s not often that I jump badly, maybe I needed a wake-up call. Mondo Duplantis.

    I didn’t jump well, I didn’t find the rhythm in my run. I also did not perform a number of things technically correctly. It’s not often that I jump badly, maybe I needed a wake-up call.

    Mondo Duplantis

  17. 9 p.m. 13. 5,000 meters. With Robin Hendrix there is 1 Belgian at the start for the 5,000 meters. World champion Jakob Ingebrigtsen is not there, but with Jacob Krop and Oscar Chelimo the rest of the World Cup podium is on the agenda.  .

    5,000 meters

    With Robin Hendrix there is 1 Belgian at the start for the 5,000 meters. World champion Jakob Ingebrigtsen is not there, but with Jacob Krop and Oscar Chelimo the rest of the World Cup podium is on the agenda.

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