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Sander van der Weide

Sander van der WeideDescription : Sander Petrus Henricus van der Weide (born June 21, 1976 in Boxtel, North Brabant) is a field hockey player from the Netherlands, who was a member of the Dutch team that won the golden medal at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney.The defender made his debut on November 13, 1996 in a friendly against Germany in Eindhoven. He played in the Dutch League for HC Den Bosch and Amsterdam, before moving to Spain in the summer of 2004, just after the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, where he won the sil... Page:s

Sander van der Weide
Medal record
Men's field hockey
Representing the  Netherlands
Olympic Games
Gold medal – first place2000 SydneyTeam
Silver medal – second place2004 AthensTeam
World Cup
Gold medal – first place1998 UtrechtTeam
European Championship
Silver medal – second place2005 LeipzigTeam
Champions Trophy
Gold medal – first place2000 AmstelveenTeam
Gold medal – first place2002 CologneTeam
Gold medal – first place2003 AmstelveenTeam
Gold medal – first place2006 TerrassaTeam
Silver medal – second place2004 LahoreTeam
Silver medal – second place2005 ChennaiTeam
Bronze medal – third place1999 BrisbaneTeam
This is a Dutch name; the family name is van der Weide, not Weide.

Sander Petrus Henricus van der Weide (born June 21, 1976 in Boxtel, North Brabant) is a field hockey player from the Netherlands, who was a member of the Dutch team that won the golden medal at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney.

The defender made his debut on November 13, 1996 in a friendly against Germany in Eindhoven. He played in the Dutch League for HC Den Bosch and Amsterdam, before moving to Spain in the summer of 2004, just after the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, where he won the silver medal with the national squad. Since then Van der Weide plays for Real Club de Polo in Barcelona.

His cousin Jeroen Delmee is the captain of the Dutch national side since 2000.

External links

  • Dutch Hockey Federation


 
Sander van der Weide – International Tournaments
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Netherlands squad 1998 FIH World Cup
  • 1 Jansen
  • 2 Lomans
  • 3 Klein Gebbink
  • 4 Jazet
  • 5 Van Meer
  • 6 Van Pelt
  • 7 Van der Weide
  • 8 Brinkman
  • 9 Geeris
  • 10 Veen (c)
  • 11 Van 't Hek
  • 12 Delmee
  • 13 Looije
  • 14 De Nooijer
  • 15 Van Wijk
  • 16 Buma
  • Coach: Oltmans
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Netherlands squad 1999 Champions Trophy
  • 2 Lomans
  • 3 Van Rijn
  • 4 Jazet
  • 5 Van Meer
  • 7 Van der Weide
  • 8 Brinkman
  • 9 Geeris
  • 10 Veen (c)
  • 11 Van Heeswijk
  • 12 Delmee
  • 13 Vogels
  • 14 De Nooijer
  • 15 Van Wijk
  • 16 Buma
  • 17 Windt
  • 18 Eikelboom
  • 21 Van Weel
  • 23 Kramer
  • Coach: Hendriks
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Netherlands squad 2000 Champions Trophy
  • 1 Jansen
  • 4 Jazet
  • 6 Van Pelt
  • 7 Van der Weide
  • 8 Brinkman
  • 9 Geeris
  • 10 Veen (c)
  • 12 Delmee
  • 13 Vogels
  • 14 De Nooijer
  • 15 Van Wijk
  • 16 Buma
  • 17 Windt
  • 18 Eikelboom
  • 19 Van Esseveldt
  • 21 Van Weel
  • 24 Taekema
  • 25 Brouwer
  • Coach: Hendriks
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Netherlands squad 2002 FIH World Cup - Bronze medal
  • 1 Vogels
  • 2 Lomans
  • 3 van Weel
  • 4 Jazet
  • 7 Van der Weide
  • 8 R. Brouwer
  • 9 Geeris
  • 11 Eikelboom
  • 12 Delmee (c)
  • 13 Kramer
  • 14 De Nooijer
  • 15 van Wijk
  • 16 Buma
  • 19 M. Brouwer
  • 21 Klaver
  • 23 Derikx
  • 24 Taekema
  • 25 Booij
  • Coach: Bellaart
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Netherlands squad 2002 Champions Trophy
  • 1 Vogels
  • 2 Lomans
  • 3 G. Derikx
  • 4 Jazet
  • 6 Evers
  • 7 Van der Weide
  • 8 R. Brouwer
  • 9 Geeris
  • 11 Froger
  • 12 Delmee (c)
  • 13 Kramer
  • 14 De Nooijer
  • 16 Van 't Land
  • 18 Reckers
  • 19 M. Brouwer
  • 23 R. Derikx
  • 24 Taekema
  • 25 Booij
  • Coach: Bellaart
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Netherlands squad 2003 Champions Trophy
  • 1 Vogels
  • 2 Lomans
  • 3 G. Derikx
  • 4 Jazet
  • 5 R. Derikx
  • 6 Evers
  • 7 Van der Weide
  • 8 R. Brouwer
  • 9 Geeris
  • 10 Taekema
  • 12 Delmee (c)
  • 14 De Nooijer
  • 15 Klaver
  • 16 Van 't Land
  • 17 Veering
  • 18 Reckers
  • 19 M. Brouwer
  • 21 Meijer
  • Coach: Bellaart
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Netherlands squad 2004 Champions Trophy
  • 1 Vogels
  • 3 G. Derikx
  • 5 R. Derikx
  • 6 Evers
  • 7 Van der Weide
  • 8 R. Brouwer
  • 10 Taekema
  • 12 Delmee (c)
  • 13 Veering
  • 14 De Nooijer
  • 15 Klaver
  • 18 Reckers
  • 19 M. Brouwer
  • 20 Mahieu
  • 21 Meijer
  • 22 Weusthof
  • 23 Hoyng
  • 24 Van der Horst
  • Coach: Walsh
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Netherlands squad 2004 Summer Olympics – Silver medal
  • 1 Vogels
  • 2 R. Derikx
  • 3 G. Derikx
  • 4 Jazet
  • 6 Evers
  • 7 van der Weide
  • 8 R. Brouwer
  • 10 Taekema
  • 11 Eikelboom
  • 12 Delmee (c)
  • 13 Veering
  • 14 de Nooijer
  • 15 Klaver
  • 18 Reckers
  • 19 M. Brouwer
  • 22 Mahieu
  • Coach: Walsh
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Netherlands squad 2005 Champions Trophy
  • 1 Vogels
  • 3 G. Derikx
  • 4 Klaver
  • 7 Van der Weide
  • 8 R. Brouwer
  • 10 Taekema
  • 12 Delmee (c)
  • 13 Veering
  • 14 De Nooijer
  • 16 Evers
  • 17 Rohof
  • 18 Reckers
  • 19 M. Brouwer
  • 21 Brekelmans
  • 22 Weusthof
  • 23 Hoyng
  • 24 Van der Horst
  • 25 Balkestein
  • Coach: Oltmans
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Netherlands squad 2006 FIH World Cup
  • 1 Vogels
  • 3 Derikx
  • 4 Klaver
  • 7 Van der Weide
  • 8 R. Brouwer
  • 9 Weusthof
  • 10 Taekema
  • 12 Delmee (c)
  • 13 Veering
  • 14 De Nooijer
  • 15 Kessing
  • 16 Evers
  • 18 Reckers
  • 19 M. Brouwer
  • 20 Mahieu
  • 23 Hoyng
  • 24 Van der Horst
  • 27 Hofman
  • Coach: Oltmans
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Netherlands squad 2008 Summer Olympics – 4th place
  • 1 Vogels
  • 3 G. Derikx
  • 5 R. Derikx
  • 6 Boerma
  • 7 Van der Weide
  • 8 R. Brouwer
  • 9 Weusthof
  • 10 Taekema
  • 11 Docherty
  • 12 Delmee (c)
  • 14 De Nooijer
  • 18 Reckers
  • 19 M. Brouwer
  • 20 Hertzberger
  • 23 Hoyng
  • 24 Van der Horst
  • Coach: Oltmans


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