1921 Dutch Athletics Championships

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Dates1921 (multiple dates)
1920
1922

The 1921 Dutch Athletics Championships was the year's national championship in outdoor track and field for the Netherlands. The different events took place on multiple dates in different cities in the Netherlands.

It was the first time women’s events were held at the national championships.

Dates[change | change source]

June in Rotterdam (Feyenoord)[1]
Men’s javelin throw (one hand)
Mens’s 400 metres
12 June in Rotterdam (Sparta)[2]
Men’s 100 metres
Women’s 4x 100 metre’s
19 June in Zeist[3]
Women’s 80 metres
Men’s javelin throw (two hands)

Results[change | change source]

Men[change | change source]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
100 metres Harry Broos (U.V.V) 11.4" H. van Rappard (V. en L.) 11.4" C. Wezepoel (V. en L.)
200 metres H. van Rappard (V. en L.)
400 metres Ad Paulen (H.A.V., Haarlem) 52.2" W. M. M. van Rappard (V. en L., The Hague) 52.6" J. A. Schutte (A.C.C., Amsterdam)
800 metres Hendrik Luurs*
1500 metres Gerard van d. Wel
5000 metres Gerard van d. Wel
Javelin throw (one hand) M. van d. Linde (N.A.U., Ede) 47.80 m. J. H. van d. Zerg (A.C.C., Amsterdam) 44.08 m. G. W. Schild (Blauw Wit, Amsterdam) 43.82 m.
Javelin throw (two hands) Nebbeling (Mil. Gymn. School) 72.61 m. J. van d. Ley (A.C.C., Amsterdam) 72.08 m. H. de Keyzer (Z.A.C.) 70.42 m.

Women[change | change source]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
80 metres Annie van de Blankevoort (Rozenburg) 11.2" Riek Bugter-Jansen (N.A.U.) 11.3" N. van Driel (Rozenburg) 11.4"
4x 100 metres relay Rozenburg
Rozá Tantner
F. Verhoef
Annie van de Blankevoort
N. van Driel
60.2" G.S.V.
Reiniera Cornax
A. de Bock
?
?
60.5"

Sources:[2][3][4]

References[change | change source]

  1. [1]
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Nationale wedstrijden van den Z.H.A.B." Voorwaarts (in Dutch). 13 June 1921. Retrieved 20 June 2022 – via Delpher.
  3. 3.0 3.1 "Athletiek te Amsterdam". Voorwaarts (in Dutch). 20 June 1921. Retrieved 20 June 2022 – via Delpher.
  4. "De Athletiek-wedsteijden te Eindhoven". De Telegraaf (in Dutch). 2 August 1921. Retrieved 20 June 2022 – via Delpher.