Arie van vliet

Arie van Vliet

Arie van Vliet
Medal record
Track cycling
Competitor for the  Netherlands
Olympic Games
Gold Berlin 1936 1000 m time trial
Silver Berlin 1936 Sprint

Arie van Vliet (March 18, 1916 in Woerden – July 9, 2001 in Woerden) was a Dutch racing cyclist, and Olympic champion in track cycling.

He received a gold medal in 1000 m time trial and a silver medal in individual sprint at the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin.[1]

References


Awards
Preceded by
Abe Lenstra
Dutch Sportsman of the Year
1953
Succeeded by
Geertje Wielema
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