Nafi Thiam and Caster Semenya Have Confirmed Their Attendance!

The 19th Meeting International d’Athlétisme de la Province de Liège is proud to unveil the participants for its event. Less than one month before the start of the Olympic Games in Tokyo, this will be the ideal opportunity for Nafi Thiam, Elise Vanderelst, Elliot Crestan and Ben Broeders and others to dot the i’s and cross the t’s. Double Olympic Champion Caster Semenya has also signed up for Liège.

Clarence Munyai has arrived

Apart from a slight breeze, the conditions for the 18th edition of the Meeting International de la Province de Liège in the Naimette-Xhovémont stadium were practically ideal. The new star of sprinting, South-African Clarence Munyai, set the best world time this year in the 300 metres. Additionally, two meeting records were beaten: 400 metres (photo) and 3000 metres steeplechase, both by women.

Looking Forward to South-Africa’s Sprinting Sensation and Belgian Top Duels

Clarence Munyai. Remember that name, because the South-African has a great future in sprinting. On Wednesday, 21-year-old Munyai is one of the main draws at the 18th Meeting International d’Athlétisme de la Province de Liège. On Belgian side, we can look forward to top duels between Ben Broeders and Arnaud Art in pole-vaulting, and Anne Zagré and Eline Berings in the 100 metres hurdles.

Zagré can shine without worries on the hurdles of Liège

Since last Sunday, Anne Zagré can prepare the next weeks of the competition with confidence. The 29-year-old Belgian record-holder in the 100m hurdles ran the world Championship minimum at La Chaux-de-Fonds and is currently preparing for the Meeting International d’Athlétisme de la Province de Liège.