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Jeremy Lorcinol was unable to participate in the second round of parkour on day four of the World Games, finishing fifth |  world games

Jeremy Lorcinol was unable to participate in the second round of parkour on day four of the World Games, finishing fifth | world games

Bart Swings and the women’s rescue swimming team lift the medals of the Belgian women on day four of the World Games in Birmingham. For Swings, it was his fourth gold and fifth in his five races. His heroism is over. Discover the Belgian achievements for the fourth day.

  1. 7:49 Watch the final round of Jeremy Lorcinol (in grey): He takes fifth in parkour.

    Watch the final round of Jeremy Lorcinol (in grey): He finished fifth in the sprints

  2. At 07:00 Jeremy Lorcinol finished fifth in the parkour speed competition. The day after his bronze medal in the freestyle in parkour, Jeremy Lorcinol placed fifth in the sprint competition. The 36-year-old Belgian reached the final as he finished fifth in his series. In parkour, an obstacle course must be completed: either with acrobatics (freestyle) or with speed (speed). Lorcinol needed 25″ 93s, gold went to Ukrainian Bogdan Kolmakov in 20″ 75. †
  3. 07:15. Dan Cox’s 13th K1 marathon in a marathon boat. In the K1 short-distance canoe race, Dan Cox finished 13th. The 24-year-old Belgian finished in 15 minutes 11 seconds and 80 hundredths. Dane Mads Brandt Pedersen won gold at 13’50” 92. Earlier in the day, Cox set for the 14th time in the series with 14’50” 94. The 15 fastest qualified for the final. On Tuesday, Cox will also participate in the record distance. †
  4. 07 hour 14.
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