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Sanneke de Neeling

Netherlands

SportSpeed Skating
FederationIDSSNED21904199601
NOCNetherlands
Born19 Apr 1996 in  Rotterdam
GenderWomen
ResidenceHeerenveen, NED
OccupationAthlete
LanguagesDutch
Higher educationOpen University: Netherlands
Personal Bests
EventRecordDateLocation 
Personal Bests
  Event RecordDateLocation 
    500m 38.29 25 Feb 2017 Calgary  
    1000m 1:14.33 26 Feb 2017 Calgary  
    1500m 1:55.27 21 Nov 2015 Salt Lake City, UT  
    3000m 4:16.23 27 Dec 2014 Heerenveen  
Main Achievements
 
Main Achievements
World Junior Championships
Event  
World Junior Championships
    1000m   1 1  
    1500m   1    
    3000m   1    
    Team Pursuit 6 Laps 1      
    Allround   1    
European Single Distances Championships
Event  
European Single Distances Championships
    Team Sprint   1    
Social Media
Social Media
www.facebook.com/sanneke.deneeling  
twitter.com/Sannekeneeling  
Sport Specific Information
Sport Specific Information
Name of coachJac Orie [club], NED; Geert Kuiper [national], NED  
When and where did you begin this sport?She first tried skating at age four, and began taking lessons at age six.  
Club / TeamTeam Lotto-NL Jumbo: Netherlands  
Reason for choosing this sport"My parents wanted me to learn how to skate so, if the time came, I could skate on one of the local tours on a nearby lake."  
General Interest
General Interest
Most influential person in careerHer mother. (Athlete, 27 Jan 2017)  
Sporting philosophy / motto"Go hard or go home." (Athlete, 27 Jan 2017)  
AmbitionsTo compete at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in Pyeongchang. (schaatsen.nl, 08 Aug 2017)  
Memorable sporting achievementWinning two gold medals and a silver at the 2012 Winter Youth Olympic Games in Innsbruck, Austria. (Athlete, 27 Jan 2017)  
Other sportsShe has competed in roller speed skating at national level. (YouTube, 01 Jun 2014)  
Hero / IdolDutch sailor Dorian van Rijsselberghe. (Athlete, 27 Jan 2017)  
Awards and honoursShe was named the 2012 Talent of the Year at the Sport Awards Rotterdam-Rijnmond in the Netherlands. (rijnmond.nl, 17 Dec 2012)

She carried the Dutch flag during the closing ceremony of the 2012 Youth Olympic Winter Games in Innsbruck, Austria. (sevendays.nl, 2012)
 
Championships results
Year Competition Event Rank  
Championships results
    2017/2018 European Single Distances Championships Team Sprint2  
    2018/2019 European Sprint Championships Overall5  
    2017/2018 European Single Distances Championships 500m7  
    2016/2017 European Sprint Championships Overall7  
    2016/2017 World Single Distances Championships 1000m11  
    2016/2017 World Sprint Championships Overall15  
    2015/2016 World Sprint Championships Overall20  
World Cups
Year Competition Event Rank  
World Cups
    2015/2016 World Cup Heerenveen Team Sprint1  
    2016/2017 World Cup Heerenveen Team Sprint3  
    2016/2017 World Cup Nagano Team Sprint3  
    2015/2016 World Cup 1500m13  
    2015/2016 World Cup 1000m14  
    2016/2017 World Cup 1000m18  
    2014/2015 World Cup 1000m31  
    2016/2017 World Cup 500m32  
    2017/2018 World Cup 1000m34  
    2014/2015 World Cup 1500m35  
    2017/2018 World Cup 500m43