The 4x400m relay aflossingsploeg in the men Friday in action in the series at the european CHAMPIONSHIPS of athletics in Berlin. The ambitious Belgian Tornados to defend their title.
Individually knew Kevin, Jonathan and Dylan Borlée Tuesday their series win in Berlin. “What I’ve seen, gave me pleasure. The ease with which Kevin and Jonathan walked. And Dylan has often problems in the second corner, but yesterday he did it perfectly. Jonathan and Kevin have a certain degree of calm is found. More than ever, they are focused on what they need to do their job. The twins remains highly ambitious. They want to restart the world to get it,” said Jacques Borlée.
The Belgian Tornados are, according to coach Borlée stronger than ever. “But Spain is particularly good. The Spaniards are favourite number one, as they themselves say. Also the British have a good team. And we may Italy and Poland, do not forget. But we can rely on a lot of experience, our group hangs together well and is strong. It is a fantastic race.”
Jonathan Sacoor is relatively new in the team, with his seizoensbeste of 45.03, he is a serious gain. The newly crowned world champion when the junior is in Berlin not in action on the individual baanronde, according to Jacques Borlée, in order not to burn. “On a technical level, there may still be planed to Jonathan, but he picks up everything extremely well. He’s going to a fantastic career, as he is the feet on the floor.”
Sacoor, Vanderbemden and Watrin walk in the series for the Belgian Tornados
Jonathan Sacoor, Robin Vanderbemden and Julien Watrin will be Friday for the Belgian Tornados walk in the series of the 4x400m relay at the european CHAMPIONSHIPS of athletics in Berlin. That made Jacques Borlée Wednesday, also known. The fourth place is taken by one of his sons.
After the end of the semi-finals of the 400m, in which Kevin, Jonathan and Dylan Borlée Wednesday night arrival, Jacques Borlée, decide which of those three is also in the series for the aflossingsteam will take office.
Vanderbemden placed earlier in the day for the semi-finals of the 200m, that Wednesday night take place. Sacoor, who in mid-July the world title at the U20 conquered, and Watrin come individually not in action in Berlin.