Glenn de Gendt - The sign album
Belgian singer/performer born on June 2, 1974 in Mechelen (. He had tremendous success in the late 1990's while being a member of the boy band Get Ready!. Aliases: Glenn Victor. In Groups: Get Ready! Variations: Viewing All Glenn De Gendt.
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Explore all songs recorded by Glenn De Gendt. Belgian singer/performer born on June 2, 1974 in Mechelen (. He had tremendous success in the late 1990s, while being a member of the boy band Get Ready!.
Members of Get Ready!: Glenn De Gendt, Jean-Marie Desreux, Jimmy Samijn, Koen Bruggemans. There was a break-up from 2000 'till 2002 before the most recent album - called "Incognito" - was released. However, the public's interest was no longer the same compared to the early years. Afterwards each band member went his own way. Some of them tried their luck as solo artist but all four of them eventually ended up doing a job outside of the music business. There has been a 1 song reunion in the Summer of 2006 and a 3 member reunion without . in the Summer of 2007
Aimé De Gendt (born 17 June 1994 in Aalst) is a Belgian cyclist, who currently rides for UCI Professional Continental team Wanty–Groupe Gobert. 3rd Overall Tour de Berlin. 6th Grand Prix de Wallonie. 1st Combativity classification Tour of Oman. 4th GP Impanis-Van Petegem. 6th Overall Four Days of Dunkirk. 9th Overall Tour of Belgium. 10th Grand Prix d'Ouverture La Marseillaise. Aimé De Gendt at Cycling Archives. Aimé De Gendt at CQ Ranking.
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Redirected from Thomas de Gendt). Thomas De Gendt (born 6 November 1986) is a Belgian professional road racing cyclist, who currently rides for UCI WorldTeam Lotto–Soudal. He previously rode for rivals Topsport Vlaanderen–Mercator, Vacansoleil–DCM, and Omega Pharma–Quick-Step. Born in Sint-Niklaas, De Gendt won the opening stage of the 2011 Paris–Nice and also won stage 7 of the 2011 Tour de Suisse.
Thomas De Gendt has been in the break on no fewer than eleven stages of this Tour, picking up more than €10,000 in prize money from climbs and intermediate sprints, and amassing over a thousand kilometres – 1,047, according to L'Équipe's tally – off the front of the race. It seems nigh-on unthinkable that the Belgian will not be rewarded with the red dossard of the Tour's most combative rider in Paris on Sunday, even if he warned that Warren Barguil (Sunweb) might pip him to the prize. I just like to race like this
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