In Munich at the European Championships in 2002 , she won a silver medal in both the 100 and 200 meters. At the European Athletics Indoor Championships in 2002, she won the 60-meter run - a success she was able to repeat in 2005 and 2007.
In 2004 she won the silver medal over 60 meters at the World Indoor Championships in Budapest in a Belgian record time of 7.12 seconds. At the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, she reached the semi-finals over 100 meters and was eliminated as the third-best European. Over 200 meters she was the second best European in sixth in the final.
At the 2006 World Indoor Championships in Moscow, she won bronze in the 60-meter run. At the 2006 European Championships in Gothenburg she achieved her greatest success to date: Started as a top favorite, she became European champion over 100 meters in a time of 11.06 seconds. She also won the gold medal over 200 meters, in a time of 22.68 s.
At the 2007 World Championships in Osaka, she won bronze with the Belgian 4 x 100 meter relay.
- 100 m: 11.04 s, 9 July 2006, Brussels
- 200 m: 22.20 s, July 9, 2006, Brussels
- 400 m : 51.45 s, May 8, 2005, Gent
- Official website of Kim Gevaert ( Memento of August 4, 2007 in the Internet Archive )
- Kim Gevaert in the database of World Athletics (English)
- List of results in the Vlaamse Athletiekliga
- Kim Gevaert - Europe's sprint queen , portrait by Alexander Pochert on Leichtathletik.de, September 1, 2006
- Photos by Kim Gevaert
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Belgian sprinter|
|DATE OF BIRTH||5th August 1978|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Lions|