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18 Belgian and Luxembourgian famous athletes
Can you name the 18 Belgian and Luxembourgian famous athletes?
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A former racing driver who raced for the Arrows, Benetton, Williams, Ligier and Jordan teams in Formula One. He won 3 races in 163 starts,
A footballer, midfielder. He won the Belgian championship 8 times, all of them with Anderlecht. He won 81 caps for National Team. He was named the Golden Player of Belgium.
A retired football defender. In 1980 he won European vice-championship. He won 86 caps, 6 Eredivisie championships with PSV and European Cup in 1988.
A road bicycle racer. His greatest achievements are: winning 2 stages in Tour de France, Tour de Luxembourg and Tour de Suisse.
A professional road bicycle racer who won the 2005 World Road Race Championship. In 2007 he won Points Classification in Tour de France.
A retired road bicycle racer. He is the winner of 11 World Cup races, including six victories in 'Monument' events. In 1996 he won world championship.
A former sprinter. She won two European championships in 100m and 200m. She also won silver medal in 4x100 relay at 2008 Olympics.
A tennis player. She is a former world no. 1 in both singles and doubles. She has won four Grand Slam singles titles: three at the US Open and one at the Australian Open.
A retired football midfielder. He appeared on four World Cups and made 84 caps for National Team. Four-time Belgian champion played for Inter, Bordeaux, Anderlecht and Monaco.
A Dutch-born speed skater. He represented both the Netherlands and Belgium. He won three Olympic medals and five world championship medals.
A former professional cyclist. He won the Tour de France five times, Giro d'Italia five times, Vuelta a España once and world championship three times.
A former racing driver who achieved 25 podium finishes in Formula One and six wins in the 24 hours of Le Mans. In 1969 and 1970 he was F1 vice-champion.
An Austrian-born alpine skier. Four-time overall World Cup winner. He won 11 World Championship medals, including 4 golds. He also won two silver medals at 1992 Olympics.
An athlete who started out in the heptathlon, but afterwards specialized in the high jump event. She was the 2008 Olympic champion in the high jump.
A retired tennis player and former World No. 1. She won 43 WTA singles titles and seven Grand Slam singles titles.
A football goalkeeper. In 1980 he won European vice-championship and in 1986 he won 4th place with national team in World Cup. A former Bayern Munich keeper.
A racing cyclist. He has been runner-up at Tour de France: in 2009 and 2011. He won 2010 Tour, being awarded it in February 2012 after Alberto Contador's CAS hearing.
A tennis player. He is the only men's player from his country to have been ranked in the top 20 of ATP tour. He and Olivier Rochus won French Open doubles championship in 2004.
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