Annemarie Verstappen

Anna Maria ("Annemarie") Theodora Petra Verstappen (born October 3, 1965 in Rosmalen, North Brabant) is a former freestyle swimmer from The Netherlands, who won a total number of three medals at the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, California.

In 1982, she became world champion in the 200 metres freestyle at the World Aquatics Championships in Ecuador. At the end of that same year, she was named Dutch Sportswoman of the Year. In July 1983, she broke the world record in the 50 m freestyle.

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Netherlands At The 1984 Summer Olympics - Results By Event - Swimming
... Drost Heat — 729.14 Final — 726.72 (→ 7th place) Women's 100m Freestyle Annemarie Verstappen Heat — 56.11 Final — 56.08 (→ Bronze Medal) Conny van Bentum Heat — 56.94 Final — 56.43 (→ 4th place ...
Swimming At The 1984 Summer Olympics - Medal Summary - Women's Events
... United States (USA) 55.92 none awarded Annemarie Verstappen Netherlands (NED) 56.08 Nancy Hogshead United States (USA) 200 m freestyle Mary Wayte United States (USA) 159.23 Cynthia Woodhead ... Dara Torres Nancy Hogshead 343.43 Netherlands (NED) Annemarie Verstappen Desi Reijers Elles Voskes Conny van Bentum 344.40 West Germany (FRG) Iris Zscherpe Susanne Schuster ...
1983 European Aquatics Championships - Swimming - Women's Events
... GDR) Kristin Otto Susanne Link Cornelia Sirch Birgit Meineke 344.72 Netherlands (NED) Annemarie Verstappen Wilma van Velsen Elles Voskes Conny van Bentum 348.24 West Germany (FRG) Karin Seick Susanne ...