Kenny van Weeghel
At the 2006 IPC World Championships
|Full name||Kenny van Weeghel|
16 September 1980 |
|Achievements and titles|
|Paralympic finals||2004 Summer Paralympics|
He won his first main title in 2001 on the 200 m of the European championships. In 2002 he became world champion on the 100 m, while he won both the 100m and 200m during the 2003 world championships and the 200m and 400m at the European championships.
In 2006, Kenny van Weeghel became once more world champion on the 200m, while taking second place (by a mere 0.01 s) on the 100 m behind David Weir.
- 100 m 13.95 s
- 200 m 24.79 s
- 400 m 46.91 s
- "Official website". kennyvanweeghel.nl (in Dutch). Archived from the original on 2008-02-15.
- Wereldvanoranje.nl Profile (Dutch)
- NOCNSF.nl Gehandicapte sporter van het jaar (Dutch)
- IAAF.org Biography
- sax.nu Goud voor Kenny van Weeghel op WK (Dutch)
- Official website
- World ranking and athlete information from International Wheelchair and Amputee Sports Federation
|Dutch Disabled Sportsman / woman of the Year
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