Hannes de Boer
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De Boer won six Dutch national titles in the long jump and set six Dutch records. The longest jump, 7.37m reached in 1928, would only be broken in 1951.
- Dutch national long jump title: 6
- 1925, 1926, 1927, 1928, 1929, 1930
Dutch national records
|Long jump||7.04m||July 27, 1924||Dordrecht|
|Long jump||7.18m||July 19, 1925||Haarlem|
|Long jump||7.215m||August 8, 1926||Haarlem|
|Long jump||7.30m||August 7, 1927||Haarlem|
|Long jump||7.32m||August 30, 1931||Rijswijk|
|Long jump||7.37m *||July 6, 1928||London|
- This was not De Boer's last record though. The 7.37m was set at an event in London on June 6, 1928, but it was only recognized in 1932, when the Royal Netherlands Athletics Union decided to recognize achievements set abroad as records. See also #Dutch national records.
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