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  • He was the coach of Olympic champions Maarten van der Weijden and Hinkelien Schreuder at the Nationaal Zweminstituut Eindhoven.
  • "' Maarten van der Weijden "'( born 31 March 1981 ) is a Dutch long distance and marathon swimmer born in Alkmaar.
  • Van der Weijden had his own website named " Maarten van der Weijden zwemt tegen kanker " ( Maarten van der Weijden swims against cancer ) where he informed his fans about his life and his career.
  • Van der Weijden had his own website named " Maarten van der Weijden zwemt tegen kanker " ( Maarten van der Weijden swims against cancer ) where he informed his fans about his life and his career.
  • He also picked up a bronze medal in the 10 km race, but finished behind Maarten van der Weijden of the Netherlands by approximately three seconds, in a time of 1 : 58 : 16.6.
  • Escobar finished the race in eighteenth place, with a time of 1 : 53 : 47.9, one minute and fifty-six seconds ( 1 : 56 ) behind winner Maarten van der Weijden of the Netherlands.
  • Many Dutch competitors have also achieved prestige in the international arena, such as Herman Willemse, Judith de Nijs, Lenie de Nijs, Joke van Staveren, Monique Wildschut, Irene van der Laan, Hans van Goor, Edith van Dijk and Maarten van der Weijden ( Olympic medalist ).
  • Farther from the leaders by about eight body lengths, V韙ek pulled away from the bottom of the field to drop beneath a 1 : 53 threshold for the seventeenth spot with a time of 1 : 52 : 41.8, about fifty seconds behind winner Maarten van der Weijden of the Netherlands.
  • Farther from the leaders by about ten body lengths, Mohammad nearly pulled from the end of the field to claim the nineteenth spot out of twenty-four entrants in 1 : 54 : 37.7, two minutes and forty-six seconds ( 2 : 46 ) behind eventual gold medalist Maarten van der Weijden of the Netherlands.
  • Farther from the leaders by about ten body lengths, Monir nearly pulled from the end of the field to claim the twentieth spot out of twenty-four entrants in 1 : 55 : 17.0, three minutes and twenty-five seconds ( 3 : 25 ) behind eventual gold medalist Maarten van der Weijden of the Netherlands.
  • Dutch swimmer and cancer survivor Maarten van der Weijden enjoyed the race of his life as he sprinted in a three-way battle against Great Britain's David Davies and Germany's Thomas Lurz to a spectacular finish under a scorching rain, and most importantly, to claim the Olympic title in the inaugural men's open water marathon.