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Country  Netherlands
Sport  Speed skating

Name  Carl Verheijen
Role  Speed Skater
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Born  26 May 1975 (age 40) (1975-05-26) The Hague, Netherlands
Olympic medals  Speed skating at the 2006 Winter Olympics – Men's team pursuit
Similar People  Erben Wennemars, Bob de Jong, Enrico Fabris, Chad Hedrick, Mark Tuitert

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Carl Eduard Verheijen (born 26 May 1975) is a retired Dutch speedskater who specialized in the longer distances 5,000 m and the 10,000 m. Verheijen is the son of skater Eddy Verheijen and is in a relationship with retired skater Andrea Nuyt in Leusden. They have a daughter (Manouk, August 2005). Carl's brother Frank Verheijen is a marathon skater.

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He won two bronze medals at the 2006 Winter Olympics, in the 10000 m race and in the team pursuit. At the 2002 Winter Olympics, he placed 6th in the 5000 m event.

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Best results

  • 2007
  • Silver medal 10000 m world single distance championships in Salt Lake City
  • Bronze medal 5000 m world single distance championships in Salt Lake City
  • Bronze medal World Allround Championships in Heerenveen
  • Bronze medal European Allround Championships in Collalbo
  • Silver medal Dutch allround championships in Heerenveen
  • Silver medal 5000 m Dutch single distance championships in Assen
  • Silver medal 10000 m Dutch single distance championships in Assen
  • 2006
  • Bronze medal 10000 m 2006 Winter Olympics
  • Bronze medal team pursuit 2006 Winter Olympics
  • Dutch champion 5000 m in Heerenveen
  • Dutch champion 10000 m in Heerenveen
  • 2005
  • Gold medal team pursuit World Single Distance Championships in Inzell together with Erben Wennemars and Mark Tuitert
  • Silver medal 10000 m world single distance championships in Inzell
  • Bronze medal 5000 m world single distance championships in Inzell
  • Silver medal Dutch allround championships in Heerenveen
  • 2004
  • Gold medal 10000 m world single distance championships in Seoul
  • Silver medal 5000 m world single distance championships in Seoul
  • Bronze medal World Allround Championships in Hamar
  • Silver medal European Allround Championships in Heerenveen
  • Dutch champion 5000 m in Heerenveen
  • Silver medal Dutch allround championships in Eindhoven
  • 2003
  • Gold medal 5000 m Dutch single distance championships in Heerenveen
  • World Cup long distance winner
  • Silver medal 10000 m Dutch single distance championships in Heerenveen
  • Silver medal 10000 m world single distance championships in Berlin
  • Bronze medal 5000 m world single distance championships in Berlin
  • 2002
  • Silver medal European Allround Championships in Erfurt
  • 2001
  • Gold medal 10000 m Dutch single distance championships in The Hague
  • Silver medal 5000 m world single distance championships in Salt Lake City
  • Gold medal 10000 m world single distance championships in Salt Lake City
  • 2000
  • Silver medal 5000 m Dutch single distance championships in Deventer
  • 1999
  • Bronze medal 5000 m Dutch single distance championships in Groningen
  • Bronze medal 10000 m Dutch single distance championships in Groningen
  • 1998
  • Silver medal Dutch allround championships in Groningen
  • 1996
  • Bronze medal 10000 m Dutch single distance championships in Groningen
  • References

    Carl Verheijen Wikipedia


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