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World Games: Four More Medals: Gold for Gillies, Silver for Acorn, Curveball and Doubles |  world games

World Games: Four More Medals: Gold for Gillies, Silver for Acorn, Curveball and Doubles | world games

On the last day of the World Games in Birmingham (USA), the Belgians won three more medals. Tinne Gilis took gold in squash, soccer players and korfball players had to come to terms with silver.

  1. 23 hours 31. 20 medals! The Belgian balance sheet looks particularly attractive in Birmingham. Our country concluded the World Games in the United States with no less than 20 medals, 11 of them gold. This puts our country in seventh place in the medal standings. Five years ago, the Belgian delegation came home with 24 medals, but then there were only 7 golds. .
  2. 10 pm 19. Also silver in the duo. Arnaud Delle and Marina Ricoeur took the 20th Belgian medal in the mixed duo relay. Only France was faster than the Belgians, albeit a complete accurate. & nbsp; The second Belgian team finished fourth. .
  3. 10 pm 6. Silver korfball players. The Belgian korfball players could not play in the final against the Netherlands. After a one-way traffic game, it’s 23-12 for the northern neighbors. So the silver of the Belgians, who have never won a gold at the World Games, but are already 9x silver and 1x bronze. .
  4. 8:55 pm, Anis Flamenk, Victor Vermeer, Simon de Wever and Jonas Rauss after the silver.

    Wannes Vlaeminck, Viktor Vermeire, Simon De Wever and Jonas Raus after their silver medal

  5. Eighth in the evening 54. The third medal in a row. The Belgian players also left their mark on the last day. In the men’s competition, Simon de Wever, Jonas Rauss, Victor Vermeer and Waannis Flamenck took the silver. Only Great Britain was better than the young Belgians. It’s already the third accolade medal at the World Games, after the previous gold medals for the girls’ triathlon and mixed pair. .
  6. 7 p.m. 10. Gold for Gillies. Belgium’s Tine Gillies handed over their 11th gold medal in Birmingham. In the final of the squash championship, she easily coped with her British opponent, Lucy Beecroft. & nbsp; Gillis, who has not lost a single game at the World Games, won 3-0 (11-9, 11-7, 11-6). .
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