Geesje Woudstra

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Geesje Mink-Wourdstra (24 April 1911 – 1971) was a Dutch speed skater.

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On January 3, 1928, she won a skating competition at Scharsterbrug. In January, February and March of 1929, she won many speed skating competitions.[1][2] She won prizes in 28 races in Friesland, Groningen, Overessel (Campen) and North Holland (Enhuisen). In 1933, she won the second prize in the national speed skating competition in Campina.[3] In 1941, he won the Alvemarretocht over 100km, but the prize was not awarded due to a false start.

Her archives are held at the The Fries Scheipvaart Museum.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Huldeblijk, door de inwoners van Doniaga aangeboden aan schaatster Geesje Woudstra".
  2. "Geesje Woudstra won in januari, februari en maart van het jaar 1929 diverse schaatswedstrijden kortebaan".
  3. "Hardrijderijlijst van een Nationale schaatswedstrijd te Kampen in 1933".

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