KNSB Dutch Marathon Championships

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KNSB Dutch Marathon Championships
Sjoerd-huisman.jpg
Sjoerd Huisman 2009 champion
Highest governing body KNSB
Characteristics
Mixed gender Yes

The Dutch Marathon Championships is a speed skating event composed of two championships. One on natural ice and one on artificial ice.

Natural ice[edit]

The championship was skated for the first time in 1979. In the next 33 years the championship could be organized only 13 times. The last edition was skated in 2012 at the Grote Rietplas in Emmen. The skating event is held each winter season (if possible) and it is possible for the event to take place twice in the same year.

Dries van Wijhe and Jorrit Bergsma are the only male skaters who have won the championships twice. Alida Pasveer is the only female skater to win twice. One skater, Rudi Groenendal won the veteran's championship three times.

Champions[edit]

Edition Date Location Men Women Masters (men) Details
1st 18 January 1979 Loosdrechtse Plassen Henk Portengen
2nd 15 January 1985 Wieringen Henri Ruitenberg Ineke Kooiman
3rd 11 February 1986 Giethoorn Dries van Wijhe Ingrid Paul Jan Visser
4th 16 January 1987 Earnewâld Hilbert van der Duim Lilian van Tol Jan van der Meulen
5th 7 February 1991 Ankeveen Dries van Wijhe Alida Pasveer Marten Hoekstra
6th 4 January 1993 Maasland Erik Hulzebosch Alida Pasveer Robert Kamperman
7th 21 February 1994 Giethoorn Lammert Huitema Laura Kamminga Robert Kamperman
8th 30 December 1995 Ermerzand Yep Kramer Gretha Smit Kees Borst
9th 30 December 1996 Ankeveen Bert Verduin Jenita Hulzebosch-Smit Piet Manden
10th 8 January 2009 Oostvaardersplassen Sjoerd Huisman Carla Zielman Arnold Stam
11th 10 February 2010 Zuidlaardermeer Jorrit Bergsma Maria Sterk Arnold Stam
12th 23 December 2010 Belterwiede Bob de Vries Foske Tamar van der Wal Rudi Groenendal
13th 8 February 2012 Grote Rietplas Jorrit Bergsma[1] Yvonne Spigt[2] Rudi Groenendal
14th 25 January 2013 Veluwemeer Christijn Groeneveld Mariska Huisman Rudi Groenendal

Source: Schaatsen.nl[3]

Artificial ice[edit]

The championship was skated for the first time in 1973. The event is organized every year at an ice rink.

Champions[edit]

Edition Year Location Men A Men B Women Masters (men)
1st 1973 Jeen van den Berg
2nd 1974 Ton Groot Sofie Westenbroek
3rd 1975 Henk Portengen Atje Keulen-Deelstra
4th 1976 Wout List Atje Keulen-Deelstra
5th 1977 Co Giling Atje Keulen-Deelstra Henk Borst
6th 1978 Henk Portengen Atje Keulen-Deelstra Hylke Speerstra
7th 1979 Rien de Roon Ineke Kooiman Joop Zuiker
8th 1980 Co Giling Atje Keulen-Deelstra Bernard v/d Heuvel
9th 1981 Co Giling Margriet de Vries Henk Wijnja
10th 1982 Jan Kooiman Ineke Kooiman Cees Molenaar
11th 1983 Jan Kooiman Coby Borst Kees Borst
12th 1984 Emiel Hopman Ineke Kooiman Cees Molenaar
13th 1985 Lex Cazemier Linda vd berg Cees Molenaar
14th 1986 Jan Kooiman Coby Borst Marten Hoekstra
15th 1987 Dirk Maarssen Lilian van Tol Piet de Boer
16th 1988 Jos Niesten Lilian van Tol Marten Hoekstra
17th 1989 Dries van Wijhe Haico Bouma Erna Uitham Henk Portengen
18th 1990 Piet Kleine Erik Hulzebosch Boukje Keulen Atty Duijn
19th 1991 Richard van Kempen Ronald de Graaf Alida Pasveer Ben Hogemans
20th 1992 Renée Ruitenberg Marcel Nat Kitty Snel Henk Portengen
21st 1993 Lammert Huitema Conrad Alleblas Henriette v/d Meer Rein Jonker
22nd 1994 Lammert Huitema Ruud Borst Sandra Zwolle Henk Portengen
23rd 1995 Arnold Stam Gerwin vd Grift Sandra Zwolle Jan Kooiman
24th 1996 Lammert Huitema Willem Poelstra Marjan Mager Marten Hoekstra
25th 1997 Peter Baars Arjan Smit Klasina Seinstra Piet Lagerweij
26th 1998 Hans Pieterse Gerben van Hest Jenita Smit Rein Jonker
27th 1999 Ruud Borst Bas van Hest Petra de Boer Piet Lagerweij
28th 2000 Jan Maarten Heideman Casper Helling Gretha Smit Rein Jonker
29th 2001 Bert Jan vd Veen Willem Hut Gretha Smit Egbert Post
30th 2002 Jan Maarten Heideman Fabian van Altena Gretha Smit Albert Bakker
31st 2003 Bert Jan vd Veen Piet de Boer Jenita Hulzebosch Egbert Post
32nd 2004 Jan Maarten Heideman Andre Withaar Gretha Smit Egbert Post
33rd 2005 Bert Jan vd Veen Johan Boonstra Jenita Hulzebosch Eppie Wiersema
34th 2006 Den Haag Arjan Smit Herjan van der Heuvel Foske Tamar van der Wal Arjan Bakker
35th 2007 Amsterdam Ingmar Berga Peter Nauta Elma de Vries Jurgen Meijer
36th 2008 Assen Arjan Stroetinga Peter van de Pol Daniëlle Bekkering Arjan Bakker
37th 2009 Yoeri Lissenberg Pieter Overmars Daniëlle Bekkering Arjan Bakker
38th 2010 Arjan Stroetinga Elwin Hulsink Mariska Huisman Kurt van de Nes
39th 2011 Arjan Stroetinga Simon Schouten Carla Zielman Piet Hijlkema
40th 2012 Heerenveen Arjan Stroetinga [4] Sjaak Schipper Mariska Huisman [5] Rudi Groenendal
41st 2013 Ingmar Berga Erik Jan Kooiman Rixt Meijer Arjan Bakker
42nd 2014 Dronten [6] Arjan Stroetinga Thom van Beek Foske Tamar van der Wal Robert Gaasenbeek
43rd 2015 Groningen Jorrit Bergsma Remco Schouten Mariska Huisman Arjan Elferink
44rd 2016 Amsterdam Arjan Stroetinga Luuc Bugter Irene Schouten Arjan Elferink

Source: Schaatsen.nl[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Solerende Bergsma favoriet voor Elfstedentocht volkskrant.nl Retrieved:08-02-2012
  2. ^ Spigt soleert naar nationale titel op natuurijs volkskrant.nl Retrieved:08-02-2012
  3. ^ a b Dutch Championships Marathon (Schaatsen.nl)
  4. ^ Stroetinga is de koning van het kunstijs volkskrant.nl
  5. ^ Mariska Huisman Nederlands kampioene marathonschaatsen volkskrant.nl
  6. ^ "KPN NK Marathon 2014". Schaatsen.nl. Retrieved 29 January 2014.