Marti ten Kate

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Marti ten Kate in 1983
Personal information
Born (1958-12-16) 16 December 1958 (age 55)
Vollenhove, the Netherlands
Height 1.72 m (5 ft 8 in)
Weight 58 kg (128 lb)
Sport
Sport Long-distance running
Club Vlug en Lenig, Den Haag

Martin "Marti" ten Kate (born 16 December 1958) is a retired long-distance runner from the Netherlands, who represented his native country at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul, South Korea. There he finished in 9th place in the 10,000 metres (27:50.30), and in 15th position (02:14:53) in the marathon. Ten Kate twice (1987 and 1989) won the Enschede Marathon.[1]

He won the City-Pier-City Loop half marathon in the Hague four times a row (1987–1990).[2]

Achievements[edit]

Year Competition Venue Position Event Notes
Representing  Netherlands
1983 Egmond Half Marathon Egmond, Netherlands 1st Half Marathon 1:06:45
1987 City-Pier-City Loop The Hague, Netherlands 1st Half Marathon 1:03:14
Enschede Marathon Enschede, Netherlands 1st Marathon 2:13:52
World Championships Rome, Italy 24th Marathon 2:22:21
1988 Egmond Half Marathon Egmond, Netherlands 1st Half Marathon 1:03:26
City-Pier-City Loop The Hague, Netherlands 1st Half Marathon 1:02:20
Olympic Games Seoul, South Korea 15th Marathon 2:14:53
1989 City-Pier-City Loop The Hague, Netherlands 1st Half Marathon 1:01:34
Enschede Marathon Enschede, Netherlands 1st Marathon 2:10:57
1990 Egmond Half Marathon Egmond, Netherlands 1st Half Marathon 1:03:32
City-Pier-City Loop The Hague, Netherlands 1st Half Marathon 1:02:24
European Championships Split, FR Yugoslavia 14th Marathon 2:21:55
1994 European Championships Helsinki, Finland 28th Marathon 2:16:48

References[edit]




Sporting positions
Preceded by
United Kingdom Sam Carey
Zevenheuvelenloop Men's Winner (15km)
1987
Succeeded by
United Kingdom Robin Bergstrand