On May 5, 2019, the F101G ran the 10km of Uccle!

F101G RUN, 2019 /Friday, April 5th, 2019

On May 5, 2019, 45 runners participated in the 10km of Uccle to support the action of Fondation 101 Génomes.

For the second year in a row, the F101G participated in the 12Th edition of the 10 km Uccle, a friendly and family run that starts in the beautiful Wolvendaele Park. This year 45 runners ran to support the Foundation's action.

Their participation was sponsored this year by the firm CMS.[1] and SIBELGA's Jogging Friendship.

The association " Volont'R »[2] led by Solange Deberg took charge of welcoming the runners and distributing T-shirts and bibs.

And like last year, the Jacquet family came from Liège to manage the F101G stand during and after the race.

A big thank you to all the supporters who contributed to make this second participation in the 10km of Uccle a great success for the F101G.

Finally, a big thank you to all the participants and see you next year!

The rankings are available at : http://prod.chronorace.be/classements/listerapports.aspx?eventId=1187790385762744


[2]       To learn more about Volont'R, please visit : https://www.volontr.be/


Dear All,

We are delighted to announce that this year we are still participating in the 10km from Uccle for Fondation 101 Génomes on May 5, 2019!

So don't wait any longer to sign up before May 2 by joining our group via This link

  • The group code is: FGRU13233
  • The group is called: F101G RUN

During the registration process, don't worry about the payment or how to receive the bibs: the costs are taken care of by our sponsors.

Bibs and T-shirts will be handed out on race day from 1pm at the Fondation 101 Génomes tent in the Wolvendael Park where the race will start at 3pm.

To complete your registration, support the Foundation's action by making a deductible donation (from 40 euros) to account BE10-0000-0000-0404 accompanied by the structured communication ***017/1730/00036***.

Thank you for your valuable support.

Romain & Ludivine


Fondation 101 Génomes aims to advance research by 10 years by creating a unique database that will allow us to tame the genome to better understand and treat rare diseases affecting children.

The Foundation's pilot project is the 101 Genomes Project dedicated to Marfan syndrome. Subsequently, other projects dedicated to other rare diseases may be set up.

The King Baudouin Foundation collects tax-deductible donations for the benefit of Fonds 101 Génomes via account BE10-0000-0000-0404 (BIC: BPOTBEB1 - structured communication: ***017/1730/00036***).

For more information, visit the website: www.f101g.org

Or contact us at info@f101g.org or by phone at + 32 (0) 476.87.18.63

Leave a comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce unwanted. Learn more about how your feedback data is used.