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Hear The Names of The Dutch Team at The 2006 Turin Winter Olympics

The 2010 Winter Olympics

Annette Gerritsen
Marianne Timmer
Paulien van Deutekom
Barbara de Loor

Ireen Wüst*
Renate Groenewold
Moniek Kleinsman

Carien Kleibeuker
Gretha Smit
hear - take 2
Jan Bos
Beorn* Nijenhuis
Erben Wennemars
Stefan Groothuis

Niels Kerstholt
Sven* Kramer
Simon Kuipers
Bob de Jong

Carl* Verheijen
Mark Tuitert
Rintje Ritsma
Liesbeth Mau Asam*
Cees Juffermans
Ilse* Broeders
Eline Jurg
hear - take 2

Kity* van Haperen
Jeanette* Pennings
Urta Rozenstruik
Nicolien Sauerbreij*
Cheryl* Maas

Arend Glas
Sybren Jansma
Arno Klaassen
Vincent Kortebeek
Cesar* Gonsalez*
Erben Wennemars
Jan Bos
Bob de Jong
Carl Verheijen
* - Some of the names are (to the best of my knowledge) not traditional Dutch and do not follow Dutch spelling and pronunciation rules.

Wikipedia Page where I found some of the names

2002 Olympic Speed Skating Records (Men)

Jochem Uytdehaage 5000m
Gerard van Velde 1000m

The Dutch in Sports Hear more names of Dutch men and women in sports (soccer, bicycling, swimming)

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Everyday Dutch for basic reading and conversation

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