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Amsterdam Sportsman of the year

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Amsterdam Sportsman of the year

The Amsterdam Topsport Amsterdam in cooperation with the city council. Awards are also given for the "Coach of the Year" and the "Talent of the Year".

Amsterdam sporter of the year

1999 Raymond Joval boxing Carole Thate field hockey
2000 Marten Eikelboom field hockey Lieja Koeman athletics
2001 Rafael van der Vaart football (soccer) Mieke de Boer darts
2002 Edwin de Nijs canoeing Marjolein de Jong athletics
2003 Johan Kenkhuis swimming Marrit Leenstra beach volleyball
2004 Michiel Bartman
Diederik Simon
rowing Marleen Veldhuis swimming
2005 Guillaume Elmont judo Marit van Eupen rowing
2006 Gregory Sedoc athletics Marit van Eupen rowing
2007 Gregory Sedoc athletics Marit van Eupen rowing
2008 Marcel van der Westen athletics Femke Heemskerk swimming
2011 Rob Cordemans baseball Jiske Griffioen wheelchair tennis
2012 Floris Evers field hockey Marlou van Rhijn athletics (paralympic)
2013 Robert Lücken rowing Ellen van Dijk cycling

Amsterdam Coach and Talent of the Year

1999 Ton Boot basketball Mark de Reuver motorcross
2000 Charles van Commenée athletics Rafael van der Vaart football (soccer)
2001 Ton Boot basketball Vanesca Nortan karate
2002 Ronald Koeman football (soccer) Nigel de Jong football (soccer)
2003 Jim Irvine field hockey Wesley Sneijder football (soccer)
2004 Mark Emke rowing Igor Sijsling tennis
2005 Josy Verdonkschot rowing Hedwiges Maduro football (soccer)
2006 Giles Bonnet field hockey Urby Emanuelson football (soccer)
2007 Martin Truijens swimming Nick Driebergen swimming
2008 Josy Verdonkschot rowing Tessa Brouwer swimming
2013 Mark Emke rowing Jules de Bont athletics

See also


  • (Dutch) Amsterdam Topsport
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