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Twelve French-speaking athletes, among whom Thiam and Borlées, start 'AthlePro'
More Sport Twelve world class athletes connected to the French-speaking association of athletics (LBFA) have united under the banner of 'AthlePro'. That brought La Dernière Heure out, and was later by the athletes confirmed to Belga.

The intention is more to be heard in the policy, which the past few weeks a lot of criticism came. When the twelve founders include Nafi Thiam and the brothers Borlée. The past few weeks was the Belgian athletics, and certainly the French-speaking wing, full of the tensions. First there was the truitjeskwestie in the run-up to the european CHAMPIONSHIPS in Glasgow, then the open war between LBFA and Jacques Borlée. In the future, in the opinion of the athletes in the beginning with policy decisions involving such conflict to avoid targeting the twelve athletes AthlePro. It comes to Kevin, Jonathan and Dylan Borlée, Julien Watrin, Robin Vanderbemden, Jeroen D'hoedt, Tarik Moukrime, Nafi Thiam, Camille Laus, Hanne Claes, Cynthia Bolingo and Anne Zagré.

This afternoon, all twelve of the athletes expected at the cabinet of minister Madrane. "Before we sit together to have our views heard. The intention is that we get input at sporting decisions and policy in general", says one of the twelve athletes to Belga. "More explanation we are going to now not yet. It was agreed to that the only to do after the interview with the minister."

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