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Olivia sprints for victory
Olivia, Kevin and Jonathan Borlée are Belgian sprinters.
Big sister, Olivia, was born in 1986 and younger twin brothers Kevin and Jonathan were born in 1988.
Olivia won Olympic silver in the 4x100m relay at the Beijing Olympics in 2008.
Kevin and Jonathan are part of the Belgian 400m relay team
At the 2010 European Championships in Barcelona, Kevin won gold in the 400m whilst Jonathan came in seventh. The twins also won bronze as part of the Belgian 4x400m relay team.
Kevin won silver in the 200m at the World Indoor Championships in 2010 and Jonathan is the current National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) champion over 400m.
The Borlée siblings went to school together in the Ardennes in southern Belgium.
Olivia, Kevin and Jonathan's schools
Athénée Royal de La Roche-en-Ardenne
The school is proud of its friendly atmosphere and picturesque location in the hills and forests of the Ardennes.
Badminton, football and running are the most popular sports and the school also has a number of talented musicians.
All three Borlée siblings showed great athletic ability at school. Olivia is remembered as a model pupil and her younger brothers, although well mannered, occasionally kept each other company in school detention.
The school is not only know for turning out top class athletes, former pupils include European bricklaying champions, Herman Kevin and Broecks Brandon.
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Athénée Royal Marche-Barvaux-Bomal
Olivia transferred to Athénée Royal Marche-Barvaux-Bomal in 2001, aged 15, to complete her secondary school studies.
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World Olympic Dreams
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