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Nationality  Dutch
Class(es)  6 Metre; Dragon
Name  Kees Jonker

Full name  Cornelis Wilhelm "Kees" Jonker
Born  March 29, 1909 (1909-03-29) Amsterdam
Died  February 28, 1987(1987-02-28) (aged 77) Steinach am Brenner

Cornelis Wilhelm "Kees" Jonker (March 29, 1909 in Amsterdam – February 2, 1987 in Steinach am Brenner) was a sailor from the Netherlands, who represented his country at the 1936 Summer Olympics in Kiel. Jonker, as crew member on the Dutch 6 Metre De Ruyter, took the 8th place with helmsman Joop Carp and fellow crew members Ansco Dokkum, Ernst Moltzer, and Herman Looman. During the 1948 Summer Olympics in Torbay, Jonker helmed the Dragon Joy, with crew members Biem Dudok van Heel and Wim van Duyl, to an 8th place.

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