|— Gymnast —|
1928 Summer Olympic gold medal gymnastic team. Jud Simons is third from the right.
20 August 1904|
|Died||20 March 1943
Sobibor extermination camp
|Discipline||Women's artistic gymnastics|
In 1928 she won the gold medal as member of the Dutch gymnastics team.
She was born in The Hague and died in Sobibor extermination camp. She was deported and murdered together with her husband Bernard and their five-year-old daughter Sonja and their three-year-old son Leon.
- Her name is sometimes also spelt Judikeje.
- Brouwer, Erik (2010). "De Moord op een Gouden Turnploeg". In van Liempt, Ad; Luitzen, Jan. Sport in de Oorlog (in Dutch). L.J. Veen. pp. 29–58. ISBN 978-90-204-1936-8.
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