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Fred van Dorp

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Birth name  Alfred Carel van Dorp
Role  Olympic athlete
Nationality  Dutch
Height  1.9 m

Sport  Water polo
Weight  95 kg
Name  Fred Dorp
Club  Amersfoort
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Born  13 October 1938 (age 77) (1938-10-13) Batavia, Dutch East Indies

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Alfred "Fred" Carel van Dorp (born 13 October 1938 in Batavia, Dutch East Indies) is a former Dutch water polo player who participated in three Summer Olympics with the Dutch Men's National Team. He was the flag bearer of the Holland Olympic Team at the opening ceremony of the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City, Mexico. After retiring he worked for many years as a water polo referee.


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His elder brother, Tony van Dorp, was also a water polo player, who participated in the 1964 and 1968 Olympics for the United States, and played against his brother.

International senior tournaments

  • 1960 – Summer Olympics (Rome, 8th position)
  • 1964 – Summer Olympics (Tokyo, 8th position)
  • 1968 – Summer Olympics (Mexico City, 7th position)
  • References

    Fred van Dorp Wikipedia

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