Jonathan Sacoor did not run his best race in the 4×400 meter final, in which Belgium finished last. “We said beforehand that it would depend on me to get the team in position and I didn’t,” said Sacoor. “No apologies, it was a bad game.”

“I am happy that I was able to perform well for the Belgian Tornados on Saturday. But there is still a lot of work to be done for myself. What? There are many things, but I will not go into that in detail.”

Sacoor traveled to the World Relays against the wishes of his American university. “It has been a difficult preparation, with long flights. I still have a lot of work with Jacques (Borlée).”

“But it has been a great pleasure to be able to walk with the men. Hopefully I can teach the team a little more in the summer.”

In the coming days, Sacoor will have to make a choice where he will prepare for the Olympic Games: in Belgium or in the US? “I still have to discuss that with Jacques, it is all still sensitive.”

The choice cannot only have short-term consequences for Sacoor. “We do have to tinker with it, but it makes no sense to say anything about it now.”

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