Jacques Brinkman

Jacques Brinkman
Medal record
Men's field hockey
Representing the  Netherlands
Olympic Games
Gold medal - first place1996 AtlantaTeam competition
Gold medal - first place2000 SydneyTeam competition
Bronze medal - third place1988 SeoulTeam competition
World Cup
Gold medal - first place1990 LahoreTeam competition
Gold medal - first place1998 UtrechtTeam competition
Champions Trophy
Gold medal - first place2000 AmstelveenTeam competition
Bronze medal - third place1999 BrisbaneTeam competition

Biography

Jacques Brinkman (given birth to August 26, 1966 in Utrecht) is a ex – Dutch field hockey participant, who all twice won the golden medal using the country wide squad: on the 1996 Summer months Olympics in Atlanta and 4 years later, on the 2000 Summer months Olympics in Sydney. There he performed his last worldwide competition for the Dutch, after a profession spanning a lot more than thirteen years. Brinkman produced his debut on, may 1, 1987 in an agreeable match against West-Germany. Being a midfielder, he performed 337 international fits for Holland, where he have scored 84 goals, producing him Holland’s most capped participant. Brinkman surpassed the prior record holder, Cees Jan Diepeveen, in 1998. He gained the Hockey Globe Glass in 1990 and 1998, as well as the annual Champions Trophy (1996, 1998 and 2000). In the Dutch Group he performed for Kampong, Amsterdam H&BC and Stichtse Cricket en Hockey Membership. Since the summer months of 2003 he continues to be head coach along with his former membership from SCHC from Bilthoven.

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