Annemarie Verstappen

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Annemarie Verstappen
Annemarie Verstappen 1985.jpg
Annemarie Verstappen in 1985
Medal record
Women’s swimming
Representing the  Netherlands
Olympic Games
Silver medal – second place 1984 Los Angeles 4×100 m freestyle
Bronze medal – third place 1984 Los Angeles 100 m freestyle
Bronze medal – third place 1984 Los Angeles 200 m freestyle
World Championships (LC)
Gold medal – first place 1982 Guayaquil 200 m freestyle
Silver medal – second place 1982 Guayaquil 100 m freestyle
Bronze medal – third place 1982 Guayaquil 4×100 m freestyle
Bronze medal – third place 1986 Madrid 4×100 m freestyle
Bronze medal – third place 1986 Madrid 4×200 m freestyle
Bronze medal – third place 1986 Madrid 4×100 m medley
European Championships
Silver medal – second place 1983 Rome 4×100 m freestyle
Silver medal – second place 1983 Rome 4×100 m medley
Bronze medal – third place 1981 Split 4×100 m freestyle
Bronze medal – third place 1983 Rome 4×200 m freestyle
Bronze medal – third place 1985 Sofia 4×100 m freestyle

Anna Maria Theodora Petra "Annemarie" Verstappen (born 3 October 1965 in Rosmalen) is a former freestyle swimmer from the Netherlands, who won a total number of three medals at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, United States.[1]

In 1982, she became world champion in the 200 metres freestyle at the World Aquatics Championships in Ecuador. At the end of that same year, she was named Dutch Sportswoman of the Year. In July 1983, she broke the world record in the 50 m freestyle.[2]

Her son, Vincent Janssen, is a professional football player.[3]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Annemarie Verstappen". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. 
  2. ^ Jean-Louis Meuret (2007), HistoFINA Volume IV – Tome IV. MEDALLISTS AND STATISTICS. Special FINA WORLD SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS (50 m.) Before Rome 2009.
  3. ^ http://www.volkskrant.nl/sport/-vincent-weet-precies-wat-hij-wil-ik-was-anders~a4244633/

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Awards
Preceded by
Bettine Vriesekoop
Dutch Sportswoman of the Year
1982
Succeeded by
Conny van Bentum