Kevin and Dylan Borlée unpack with top chronos, Jonathan Borlée also sets a good time at comeback at 400 meters
Kevin and Dylan Borlée finished first and second respectively in the 400 meters on Tuesday at the Citius Meeting in Bern, Switzerland. They set absolute top times with 45.12 and 45.18 respectively. Jonathan Borlée made his comeback in the 400 meters after three years and clocked 46.00.
Vincent Van GenechtenSource: BELGA
For Kevin Borlée, that 45.12 is his best chrono in four years. This is the second European annual performance. His personal best is 44.56. For Dylan Borlée, 45.18, the third European annual performance, means a big personal record. That was at 45.55. He qualifies for the European Championship in Munich in August, which required 45.70. Kevin Borlée was already qualified for that European Championship. 44.90 is required for the World Cup in Eugene in July.
Jonathan Borlée ran a lot faster in his first 400 meters in three years with 46.00 than his best chrono in 2019, which was then 46.41. He set his fastest time in Bern on Tuesday since he reached 44.87 in 2018. His national record stands at 44.43.
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