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2009 Dutch Figure Skating Championships

2009 Dutch Figure Skating Championships
Type: National Championship
Date: 19 December – 21 December
Season: 2008-2009
Location: Heerenveen
Host: KNSB
Venue: Thialf
Champions
Men's singles:
Boyito Mulder
Ladies' singles:
Manouk Gijsman
Synchronized skating:
Duke Town Diamonds
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The 2009 Dutch Figure Skating Championships were the Dutch Figure Skating Championships of the 2008-2009 figure skating season. Skaters competed in the disciplines of men's singles, ladies singles, pair skating, and synchronized skating across the levels of Senior, Junior, Novice, and the pre-Novice level Debs, for the title of national champion of the Netherlands.

The competition took place between 19 December and 21 December, 2008 in Heerenveen.

Senior-level results

Senior men

Rank Name Nation Total Points SP FS
1 Boyito Mulder KCG 121.34 1 1
WD Christian Gijtenbeek ASCJE

Senior ladies

Rank Name Nation Total Points SP FS
1 Manouk Gijsman KVR 118.60 1 1
2 Eva Lim BKV 104.70 3 2
3 Jacqueline Voll DDD 97.23 2 4
4 Nathalie van Uffelen YVZ 96.38 4 3
5 Nathalie Klaassen BKV 75.01 5 5

Senior synchronized

Rank Name Nation Total Points SP FS
1 Duke Town Diamonds BKV 103.62 1 1

Junior-level results

Junior men

Rank Name Nation Total Points SP FS
1 Ben Koenderink HYH 108.34 1 1
2 Florian Gostelie KVR 97.22 2 2

Junior ladies

Rank Name Nation Total Points SP FS
1 Manon van Huijgevoort TKV 92.35 10 1
2 Marylie Jorg HYH 91.31 1 5
3 Kim Bell MSB 91.30 6 2
4 Barbara Lagas YVZ 89.93 5 4
5 Michelle Couwenberg BKV 89.53 3 6
6 Lianne Smit KVR 89.36 7 3
7 Joyce den Hollander YVZ 87.72 2 8
8 Mila Morelissen BKV 84.20 9 7
9 Larissa van der Linden KVM 83.37 4 9
10 Siobhan Gunner YVZ 76.64 11 10
11 Nathalie Oogjen DDD 74.35 8 11
12 Michelle Daleweij BKV 65.44 12 12

Junior pairs

Rank Name Nation Total Points SP FS
1 Ben Koenderink HYH 108.02 1 1

Novice-level results

Novice men

Rank Name Nation Total Points SP FS
1 Thomas Kennes MSB 89.41 2 1
2 Dmitry Epstein KCH 89.08 1 2

Novice ladies

Rank Name Nation Total Points SP FS
1 Niki Wories DDD 90.82 2 1
2 Laura van der Linden KVM 77.13 1 7
3 Crissy de Hondt TKV 76.34 4 5
4 Tara Reijns DDD 74.62 6 4
5 Gina Ponzio EKA 74.36 5 6
6 Anouk Bergsma KVR 73.20 3 8
7 Winnie Dekker KVR 69.67 8 3
8 Simone Kruithof DDD 68.99 10 2
9 Dominique Murk YVZ 67.48 7 9
10 Berit Gunderson FSA 58.39 11 10
11 Tessa van Aalderen KCH 58.35 9 11
12 Eva Dessing KVR 49.74 12 12

Novice pairs

Rank Name Nation Total Points SP FS
1 Rachel Epstein / Dmitry Epstein KCH 75.09 1 1

Novice synchronized

Rank Name Nation Total Points FS
1 Duke Town Ice Crystals BKV 44.40 1

Debs-level results

Debs men

Rank Name Nation Total Points SP FS
1 Michel Tsiba FSA 49.86 1 1

Debs ladies

Rank Name Nation Total Points SP FS
1 Laura Ponzio EKA 86.11 1 1
2 Anne-Sophie Goossens DDD 79.95 3 2
3 Janne van den Biggelaar MSB 74.40 4 3
4 Nicole Couwenberg BKV 69.68 2 4
5 Romy de Sterke DDD 65.80 5 6
6 Biryanta Bol TKV 65.31 2 9
7 Maxime Breewel MSB 64.78 7 7
8 Denice van Dijk TKV 63.89 6 8
9 Eveliene Ravensbergen KVR 59.97 9 9
10 Charlotte Bijkerk DDD 55.53 12 10
11 Shelley Zwartjes FSA 54.81 10 11
12 Jet Stam DDD 52.99 11 12

References

  • ONK Kunstrijden 2009


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