At the Belgian Championships, Flandrian dominated Kevin Borreau in a race where a lot of people were missing. He hopes to be taken back to the worlds by the rankings, thanks to his title.
By Philip Vande Weir
D.In an event where the competition is generally ruthless, Alexander Doom retained the Belgian champion title in the 400m this Saturday. But the truth is, Kevin Borley, a Kevin Borley who has not yet fully recovered from severe back pain, ended up at a respectable distance. For the rest, Jonathan Borli and Jonathan Zagoor, who had qualified the previous day, were eliminated. And Dylan Borley, who chose to run 200m this year, and the ill-fated Christian Iguazel were not there.
Although the race was cut short and the rain gave little reason for hope, Doom did the job seriously. Starting very quickly, he quickly expanded the gap behind Kevin Borley, and managed to straighten out his personal best 2 small hundred before finishing at 45.36, ahead of Kevin Borley (46.04) and Jonas de Smed (46.04) and Jonas de Smead. . 46.71).
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