“It’s crazy to keep going,” says Elodie Ouédraogo. “He could already feel it at 200 metres. His hamstrings are very tense and his whole body is sour, and I don’t want to walk where he is at that moment.”
Jonathan muscled the pain and gave Belgium a place in the final. “But we have two affected twin brothers,” says Karl Vanneukerke.
“He. She Dream Team We can’t start now,” answers Ouéddraogo. On the other hand, Alexander Doom is having a great season and Jonathan Sacoor is doing very well. Kevin will run in the past. It will be up or down tomorrow.”
The chance that we’ll see Jonathan Borleigh at the start tomorrow seems slim. “No, definitely not. I think it’s a hamstring. The question is how big is that tear. But even without it they’d still be in the medal tomorrow.”
The Belgian cheetah qualified for the 4x400m final at a speed and a Belgian record. Great achievement, without the stronghold of Cynthia Bolingo.
“They solved this really well,” says Axel Downes. “The girls were ready to go for it. The design they started with was impressive too.”
“If Cynthia had been around, they could have contended for a medal. Now the top five is realistic, although anything is still possible in the relay. A lot of mistakes have already been made.”
The Belgian Panthers final can be watched live at 2:30 p.m. Hurricanes begin twenty minutes later.