About 6,000 people took part in the sand race at the Mont-Saint-Guibert well.
The Sand Race, this obstacle course organized in the heart of the Mont-Saint-Guibert moat, is a concept that has attracted thousands of participants since the first edition. This weekend again, over 6,000 came from all over the country to join the heart of Walloon Brabant. Participants decided to test and go beyond their limits, but especially to have fun with friends, colleagues or family.
A 2019 edition but more particular than the previous ones since that year, the organizers could count on the presence of a team of adventurers from Koh-Lanta, the famous adventure issue of TF1. A team that included the Belgians Javier, Sandro, Nicolas, Gabriel and especially Maud, the winner of the 2019 edition of Koh-Lanta.
A very sought-after adventurer, a few hours after winning the 2019 Koh Lanta final. Sharing between selfies and congratulations, Grezienne took time to respond to every request, always with a smile. "That Koh-Lanta winning seal pressed me before we left," she laughed. "Today, I was there to have fun first. I've always loved this kind of event, and then the sand race is right next to my house."
Nicolas: "I had the impression of returning to Koh Lanta"
A great Koh Lanta winner surprised by the craze of his presence as well as his teammates this Sunday, such as Nicolas, the other Belgian from this 2019 edition of Koh Lanta. "It was great to take part in this sand race.This was my first time to participate and I felt a bit like returning to Koh Lanta.It was exceptional to be part of this race with my compatriot Maud, surrounded by all those people who were happy in us We were really surprised by this craze, but it's with a smile that we share those moments. "