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Sport  Swimming
Weight  65 kg
Height  1.71 m
Name  Adrie Lasterie
Club  ZV Naarden

Adrie Lasterie
Born  16 December 1943Hilversum, the Netherlands
Died  March 22, 1991, Naarden, Netherlands

Aartje Elisabeth "Adri" Lasterie (16 December 1943 – 22 March 1991) was a Dutch swimmer.

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Lasterie competed in the 1964 Summer Olympics, where she won a silver-medal with the Dutch 4 × 100 m medley team. She swam the butterfly leg in the first heat, but did not swim in the final, where Ada Kok took her place. She also won three gold medals at the 1962 European Aquatics Championships. In 1961–1962 she set four European and ten national records in various freestyle and medley events.

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