Netherlands at the 2004 Summer Olympics

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Netherlands at the Olympic Games

Flag of the Netherlands
IOC code  NED
NOC Dutch Olympic Committee*
Dutch Sports Federation
Website www.nocnsf.nl (Dutch)
At the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens
Competitors 210 (134 men and 76 women) in 22 sports
Flag bearer Mark Huizinga (opening)
Leontien van Moorsel (closing)
Medals
Rank: 18
Gold
4
Silver
9
Bronze
9
Total
22
Olympic history (summary)
Summer Games
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Intercalated Games
1906

The Netherlands competed at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece. 210 competitors, 134 men and 76 women, took part in 99 events in 22 sports.[1]

Medalists[edit]

Medals Per Day
Day Date Gold medal icon.svg Silver medal icon.svg Bronze medal icon.svg Total
Day 1 14th 0 0 1 1
Day 2 15th 0 1 1 2
Day 3 16th 0 1 1 2
Day 4 17th 0 0 0 0
Day 5 18th 2 1 1 4
Day 6 19th 0 2 0 2
Day 7 20th 0 0 1 1
Day 8 21st 1 0 1 2
Day 9 22nd 0 2 2 4
Day 10 23rd 0 0 0 0
Day 11 24th 0 0 0 0
Day 12 25th 1 0 0 1
Day 13 26th 0 1 0 1
Day 14 22nd 0 1 0 1
Day 15 27th 0 0 1 1
Day 16 28th 0 0 0 0
Total 4 9 9 22
Medals Per Sport
Sport Gold medal icon.svg Silver medal icon.svg Bronze medal icon.svg Total
Badminton 0 1 0 1
Cycling 1 1 2 4
Equestrian 1 0 0 1
Field hockey 0 2 0 2
Judo 0 1 3 4
Rowing 0 1 2 3
Swimming 2 3 2 7
Total 4 9 9 22
Medal Name Sport Event
 Gold Leontien van Moorsel Cycling Women's road time trial
 Gold Anky van Grunsven Equestrian Individual dressage
 Gold Pieter van den Hoogenband Swimming Men's 100 m freestyle
 Gold Inge de Bruijn Swimming Women's 50 m freestyle
 Silver Mia Audina Badminton Women's singles
 Silver Theo Bos Cycling Men's sprint
 Silver women's national field hockey team, NetherlandsNetherlands women's national field hockey team
Minke Booij   Sylvia Karres   Clarinda Sinnige
Ageeth Boomgaardt   Fatima Moreira de Melo   Minke Smabers
Chantal de Bruijn   Eefke Mulder   Jiske Snoeks
Lisanne de Roever   Maartje Scheepstra   Macha van der Vaart
Mijntje Donners   Janneke Schopman   Miek van Geenhuizen
    Lieve van Kessel
Field hockey Women's competition
 Silver Edith Bosch Judo Women's 70 kg
 Silver Michiel Bartman, Chun Wei Cheung, Geert-Jan Derksen,
Gerritjan Eggenkamp, Jan-Willem Gabriëls, Daniël Mensch,
Diederik Simon, Matthijs Vellenga, Gijs Vermeulen
Rowing Men's coxed eight
 Silver Pieter van den Hoogenband Swimming Men's 200 m freestyle
 Silver Johan Kenkhuis, Pieter van den Hoogenband, Mark Veens,
Mitja Zastrow, Klaas-Erik Zwering
Swimming Men's 4 x 100 m freestyle relay
 Silver Inge de Bruijn Swimming Women's 100 m freestyle
 Bronze Bart Brentjens Cycling Men's cross-country
 Bronze Leontien van Moorsel Cycling Women's individual pursuit
 Bronze Mark Huizinga Judo Men's 90 kg
 Bronze Dennis van der Geest Judo Men's +100 kg
 Bronze Deborah Gravenstijn Judo Women's 57 kg
 Bronze Annemiek de Haan, Hurnet Dekkers, Nienke Hommes,
Sarah Siegelaar, Marlies Smulders, Helen Tanger,
Annemarieke van Rumpt, Froukje Wegman, Ester Workel
Rowing Women's coxed eight
 Bronze Kirsten van der Kolk, Marit van Eupen Rowing Women's lightweight double sculls
 Bronze Inge de Bruijn Swimming Women's 100 m butterfly
 Bronze Inge de Bruijn, Inge Dekker, Chantal Groot, Annabel Kosten, Marleen Veldhuis Swimming Women's 4 x 100 m freestyle relay

Results by event[edit]

Archery[edit]

Men's individual:

Men's team:

  • Pieter Custers, Wietse van Alten, and Ron van der Hoff - 5th place

Athletics[edit]

Men's 110 metre hurdles:

Men's 800 metres:

  • Bram Som - Semifinal, 1:45.5 (did not advance)

Men's 1500 metres:

Men's 3000 metre steeplechase:

Men's 10000 metres:

Women's 10000 metres:

Men's 4x100 metre relay:

Women's 4x100 metre relay:

Men's decathlon:

Women's heptathlon:

Men's marathon:

Men's pole vault:

Men's shot put:

Women's shot put:

  • Lieja Tunks - Round 1: 18.38 metres, Final: 18.14 metres (11th place)

Men's discus:

Badminton[edit]

Women's singles:

Women's doubles:

  • Lotte Bruil and Mia Audina - defeated in quarterfinals

Mixed doubles:

Baseball[edit]

The Dutch baseball team placed 6th in the preliminary round and did not advance to the semifinals.

  • Players:
Sharnol Adriana
Wladimir Balentien
Johnny Balentina
Patrick Beljaards
Maikel Benner
Yurrendel DeCaster
Ivanon Coffie
Rob Cordemans
Robin van Doornspeek
Dave Draijer
Evert-Jan 't Hoen
Chairon Isenia
Eelco Jansen
Sidney de Jong
Ferenc Jongejan
Eugene Kingsale
Dirk van 't Klooster
Patrick de Lange
Raily Legito
Calvin Maduro
Diego Markwell
Ralph Milliard
Harvey Monte
Alexander Smit
  • Manager:
Robert Eenhoorn
  • Coaches:
Eric de Bruin
Davey Johnson
Hensley Meulens

Canoeing[edit]

Men's K1 slalom:

Cycling[edit]

Road cycling[edit]

Men's road race:

Women's road race:

Men's time trial:

Women's time trial:

  • Leontien van Moorsel - gold medal, 31:11.53
  • Mirjam Melchers - 13th place, 33:01.58

Track cycling[edit]

Men's individual pursuit:

Women's individual pursuit:

  • Leontien van Moorsel - bronze medal match, bronze medal

Men's team pursuit:

Men's individual sprint:

Women's individual sprint:

Men's team sprint:

  • Jan Bos, Theo Bos, and Teun Mulder - first round, 6th place

Women's time trial:

  • Yvonne Hijgenaar - 5th place, 34.532 seconds

Men's time trial:

  • Theo Bos - 5th place, 1:01.986
  • Teun Mulder - 11th place, 1:03.165

Men's points race:

Women's points race:

Men's Keirin:

  • Theo Bos - classification 7-12, 11th place
  • Teun Mulder - first repechage, no rank

Men's Madison:

Mountain biking[edit]

Men's cross country:

Women's cross country:

Equestrian[edit]

Because only three horse and rider pairs from each nation could advance to the final rounds in the individual jumping event, Gerco Schröder received a final rank below all riders that did advance despite being placed more highly after the qualifying rounds.

Individual Dressage:

Team Dressage:

  • Bartels, Rothenberger, Van Grunsven, and Van Baalen – 4th place → 71.264%

Individual Jumping:

Team Jumping:

  • Schröder, van Asten, Bruggink, and Schröder – Final → 4th place

Fencing[edit]

Women's épée individual:

Gymnastics[edit]

Women's artistic:

Men's trampoline:

Women's trampoline:

Field hockey[edit]

Men's: silver medal

  • Preliminary round: 5-0-0
  • Semifinal: defeated Germany, 3-2
  • Gold medal match: lost to Australia, 1-1 (tie-breaker, 2-1)

Women's: silver medal

  • Preliminary round: 4-0-0
  • Semifinal: defeated Argentina, 4-2
  • Gold medal match: lost to Germany, 2-1

Judo[edit]

Men's 81 kg:

Men's 90 kg:

  • Mark Huizinga - bronze medal; defeated in round of 16; won repechage finals

Men's 100 kg:

Men's 100+ kg:

Women's 57 kg:

Women's 70 kg:

Women's 78 kg:

Rowing[edit]

Men:

Women:

Sailing[edit]

Shooting[edit]

Men:

Swimming[edit]

Men:

Women:

Synchronized swimming[edit]

Table tennis[edit]

Men:

Taekwondo[edit]

Men:

Women:

Triathlon[edit]

In the Netherlands' second appearance at the Olympic triathlon, only two Dutch women competed. Veteran Wieke Hoogzaad matched her rank from four years earlier, despite a time that was three seconds slower.

Women's Individual Competition:

Volleyball[edit]

Men's Indoor Team Competition[edit]

  • Preliminary Round (Group B):
  • Defeated Russia (3-2)
  • Lost to United States (0-3)
  • Lost to Brazil (1-3)
  • Lost to Italy (0-3)
  • Defeated Australia (3-2) → did not advance
  • Team Roster:

Women's Beach Competition[edit]

Officials[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Netherlands at the 2004 Summer Games". sports-reference.com. Retrieved 2012-06-05. 

External links[edit]