Jos Lansink and Spender S at the CSI 5*-W Equita' Lyon 2010
|2002 Jerez||Team jumping|
|2010 Lexington||Team jumping|
|2007 Mannheim||Team jumping|
|Representing the Netherlands|
|1992 Barcelona||Team jumping|
|1991 La Baule||Team jumping|
|1997 Mannheim||Team jumping|
|1991 La Baule||Individual|
|1999 Hickstead||Team jumping|
Lansink has competed in six Olympic games, four for the Netherlands and two for Belgium. He first rode in the 1988 Seoul Olympics, tying for 7th individually and taking 5th with his team. In 1992 at the Barcelona Olympics he did not place individually, but the Dutch team won the gold. At the 1996 Atlanta Olympics he tied for 11th individually and the Dutch team took 7th. In 2000 in Sydney he tied for 20th place while riding for the Netherlands for the last time, and his team took 7th. In 2004 he began riding for Belgium at the 2004 Athens Olympics. He did not place in the individual competition, but the Belgian team took home 6th. At the 2008 Beijing Olympics he tied for 10th individually, and did not ride in the team competition. He took part in both the individual and team jumping events at the 2012 Olympics.
Lansink began riding at the age of three. He began to rise to international prominence in 1988 on Felix, winning a few grand prix competitions before taking part in the 1988 Olympic Games. In 1994 he won the World Cup Final on Libero, and on Caridor he took home a team bronze medal at the 2002 World Championships, finishing 6th individually. In 2004 he began his own stable. In 2006, riding the stallion Cumano, he took home the world championship. In 2009 he was the runner up for the Global Champions Tour Final. He currently competes in the Global Champions Tour for Belgium.
- Jos Lansink, Sports Reference, accessed September 16, 2010
- GCT Riders: Jos Lansink Archived 2010-06-30 at the Wayback Machine., Global Champions Tour, accessed September 16, 2010