Aurèle Vandendriessche (born 4 July 1932 in Anzegem, West-Vlaanderen) is a retired marathon runner from Belgium, who won the silver medal at the 1962 European Championships, behind Great Britain's Brian Kilby.
Four years later at the same event Vandendriessche once again claimed the second place. Twice winner of the Boston Marathon (1963 and 1964), he represented Belgium at three consecutive Summer Olympics, starting in 1956.
|1962||European Championships||Belgrade, Yugoslavia||2nd||Marathon||2:24:02.0|
|1963||Boston Marathon||Boston, United States||1st||Marathon||2:18:58|
|1964||Boston Marathon||Boston, United States||1st||Marathon||2:19:59|
|1965||Enschede Marathon||Enschede, Netherlands||1st||Marathon||2:21:16|
|Košice Peace Marathon||Košice, Czechoslovakia||1st||Marathon||2:23:47|
|1966||European Championships||Budapest, Hungary||2nd||Marathon||2:21:43.6|
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