This year’s European Coach of the Year goes to the coach of the Netherlands’ best of 2020 including world record breaker Kira Toussaint.
The Royal Dutch Swimming Federation (KNZB) has announced that responsibilities in the field of recreational swimming have been turned over to Guust Jutte.
The KNZB will specifically target junior and youth swimmers for its Training Centers for Swimming, while the top-level athletes will train at the HPCs.
Ranomi Kromowidjojo, who trains at the National Training Center in Eindhoven, will get to continue her work their with Marcel Wouda through 2021.
Olympian Femke Heemskerk took silver in the women’s 200m free at the 2017 European Short Course Championships. She’s bound for Glasgow this December.
2016 Short Course World Champion Jesse Puts is trying a new pre-raced routine on for size and it’s been treating the 24-year-old Dutchman well so far.
Now that the ISF-Aachen has concluded, the meet which represented the final qualifying opportunity for Dutch swimmers to gain a…
Tes Schouten was one of four athletes named to Netherlands’ roster for the Youth Olympic Games (YOG) slated for October…
Dutch national record holder Jesse Puts has picked out new training grounds to kick-off his 2018 new year, as the 23-year-old has moved from club Aquarijn to the National Training Center (NTC) in Amsterdam.
Olympian and national record holder Kira Toussaint of the Netherlands will be making the move from her present home at the University of Tennessee to join the Dutch NTC squad in Amsterdam come this December.
28-year-old Sebastiaan Verschuren reviews his performance in Rio, as well as weighs what his future holds.
Marcel Wouda and Mark Faber have been named as the head coaches of the Nederlands’ National Training Center (NTC) in…
The Dutch Paralympic list is out, and Summer Mortimer, IPC world record holder in five events, is not on the team.
Ranomi Kromowidjojo will be competing in both the 50 freestyle and 50 butterfly this weekend in Hague…