Marcel Wouda

Arjan Knipping Ties Marcel Wouda’s Decades-Old 400 IM Dutch Record

Arjan Knipping nearly took down the long-standing Dutch National Record in the men’s 400m IM tonight in Eindhoven, settling instead for a tie of the 4:15.38 mark set way back in 1997.

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Prepping For Tokyo: KNZB Swim Cup – The Hague Will Have AM Finals

The Royal Dutch Swimming Federation (KNZB) has announced that the finals of one of its upcoming Swim Cups will take place in the morning, mimicking the timing of the 2020 Olympic Games finals in Tokyo.

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Robinson Molina y Kira Toussaint: bajas de última hora para Hangzhou

El venezolano Robinson Molina y la holandesa Kira Toussaint son baja de última hora para el mundial de Hangzhou.

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Dutch World #1 Kira Toussaint Withdraws From SC World Championships

The Dutch roster for Hangzhou has become one less, as Kira Toussaint has bowed out of the 2018 Short Course World Championships per an announcement by the Royal Dutch Swimming Federation (KNZB).

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Kromo, Heemskerk Head Up 10-Strong Dutch Roster For SC World C’ships

Now that the ISF-Aachen has concluded, the meet which represented the final qualifying opportunity for Dutch swimmers to gain a…

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Femke Heemskerk Re-Connects With Coach Marcel Wouda At NTC

Having trained in France since 2015, Femke Heemskerk is returning to Eindhoven.


Kromowidjojo Pre-Rio Injury Worse Than Let On, “She Could Barely Walk”

Although an MRI confirmed no hernia, Dutch sprinter Ranomi Kromowidjojo’s pre-Rio injury was worse than originally revealed.

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Wouda and Faber Named as Head Coaches of Dutch NTCs

Marcel Wouda and Mark Faber have been named as the head coaches of the Nederlands’ National Training Center (NTC) in…

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Urbanchek to be Inducted into the University of Michigan Hall of Honor

Former University of Michigan men’s swimming and diving coach Jon Urbanchek will be inducted into the Athletic Department’s Hall of Honor at a private ceremony on September 30th…


Kromowidjojo Ready for the Challenge of Defending Her Olympic Titles

Ranomi Kromowidjojo is heading into the 2016 Olympic Games with a very different set of circumstances than she did four years ago…


Kromowidjojo’s Coach Decides He Is Not The Right Man For The Job

Only eight months after deciding to take the opportunity to work with Olympic champion Ranomi Kromowidjojo Christiaan Sloof has decided he is not the right man for the job…


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