Hinkelien Schreuder

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Hinkelien Schreuder
Personal information
Full name Hinkelien Schreuder
Nationality  Netherlands
Born (1984-02-13) February 13, 1984 (age 30)
Goor, Netherlands
Height 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Weight 61 kg
Sport
Sport Swimming
Stroke(s) freestyle, backstroke, butterfly
Club Nationaal Zweminstituut Eindhoven

Hinkelien Schreuder (born February 13, 1984) is a butterfly, freestyle and backstroke swimmer from The Netherlands, who also competed in the medley events. She's currently living in Eindhoven, where she is studying physiotherapy, and is training at the same club as multiple Olympic champion Pieter van den Hoogenband where she is currently training under the guidance of former world champion Marcel Wouda. Schreuder won the Olympic gold medal in the 4×100 freestyle relay at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. She is the current world record holder in the 100 m individual medley, and former European record holder in the 50 m butterfly short course.

Personal bests[edit]

Short course[2][3]
Event Time Date Location
50 m freestyle 23.72 2008-12-14 Rijeka, Croatia
100 m freestyle 52.88 2008-12-19 Amsterdam, Netherlands
50 m backstroke NR 26.78 2008-12-13 Rijeka, Croatia
100 m backstroke NR 58.64 2008-12-21 Amsterdam, Netherlands
200 m backstroke 2:10.29 2005-12-18 Amsterdam, Netherlands
50 m butterfly ER 25.21 2008-12-12 Rijeka, Croatia
100 m butterfly 57.90 2008-12-20 Amsterdam, Netherlands
100 m individual medley WR 57.74 2009-11-15 Berlin, Germany
Long course[2][3]
Event Time Date Location
50 m freestyle 24.45 2008-12-05 Eindhoven, Netherlands
100 m freestyle 54.59 2008-03-19 Eindhoven, Netherlands
50 m backstroke 28.18 2009-04-16 Amsterdam, Netherlands
100 m backstroke 1:02.79 2008-03-20 Eindhoven, Netherlands
50 m butterfly 25.98 2009-04-19 Amsterdam, Netherlands
100 m butterfly 59.40 2008-12-05 Eindhoven, Netherlands

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Shanghai 2006 results". Retrieved 2007-07-24. 
  2. ^ a b Hinkelien Schreuder. Zwemkroniek Online. Retrieved on 2008-03-18.
  3. ^ a b Hinkelien at swimrankings.net

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