After a blistering attack with less than 30 km to go, Remco Evenepoel won the most beautiful victory of his young career with great style.
At the Cycling World Championships, Wout van Aert and Remco Evenepoel finished second and third respectively in the elite men's time trial.
The Red Dolphins, the Belgian crew composed of Sophie Faguet and Jonas Gerckens, won a fantastic second place in this ocean race that attracts the European sailing elite.
The International Cycling Union (UCI) celebrates the 100th anniversary of the Amateur Road World Championships in Flanders. Belgium is also the kingdom of cyclists.
At the Tokyo Games, the Belgian retained his Paralympic title of best wheelchair sprinter, winning a fourth gold medal for Belgium. In the 200 m, Peter Genyn also won the silver medal.
The Belgian delegation achieved the best record in its history, winning 15 Paralympic medals.