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Hein Vergeer Country Netherlands Date of birth February 5, 1961 (1961-02-05) (age 49) Place of birth Haastrecht, Netherlands Turned pro 1980 Retired 1988 Medal record Competitor for the  Netherlands Men's Speed Skating World Championships Gold 1985 Hamar Allround Gold 1986 Inzell Allround European Championships Gold 1985 Eskilstuna Allround Gold 1986 Oslo Allround Bronze 1987 Trondheim Allround Henricus ("Hein") Coenradus Nicolaas Vergeer (born 2 May 1961 in Haastrecht, the Netherlands) is a Dutch former speed skater who became both European and World Allround Champion in both 1985 (in which year he also became National Sprint Champion) and 1986 (in which year he also became National Allround Champion). Hein Vergeer was a dominant allround skater, but after having recovered from an injury, he was never able to reach that same level again. Because of this, he was unable to fulfil his wish of winning an Olympic medal – at the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary, Vergeer competed in the 500 m, the 1,000 m, and the 1,500 m, but his best result was a mere fifteenth place. He had also competed in those same three distances at the Winter Olympics in Sarajevo four years earlier, but did not do much better than with a tenth place as his best result. Unfortunately for Vergeer, his best years were in between those two Winter Olympics. Perhaps curious is to notice that, despite his dominance, Vergeer never managed to skate any world records. This could label him as a "true" allround skater – very good at all distances, but never the very best in any single distance. Vergeer lives in Haastrecht, a town where Leo Visser, another former World Champion speed skating, used to live as well. Both skaters used to train at the skating club STV Lekstreek. Back in the days of Vergeer's dominance, speed skating was not very lucrative, so Vergeer did what lots of other top-skaters in those days did as well – he used his fame as a stepping stone to a career in marketing and communication. Vergeer currently is an advisor of several ventures and he organises several events. Both in 2006 and 2007, Vergeer participated in the Holiday on Ice show called Fantasy. Medals An overview of medals won by Vergeer at important championships he participated in, listing the years in which he won each: Championships Gold medal Silver medal Bronze medal Winter Olympics – – – World Allround 1985 1986 – – World Sprint – – – World Cup – – 1987 (1,500 m) European Allround 1985 1986 – 1987 Dutch Allround 1986 1987 1985 – Dutch Sprint 1984 1985 1983 1986 1988 Dutch Single Distance 1987 (5,000 m) 1987 (1,500 m) 1988 (1,000 m) 1988 (1,500 m) Personal records To put these personal records in perspective, the last column (Notes) lists the official world records on the dates that Vergeer skated his personal records. Personal records Men's Speed skating Distance Time Date Location Notes 500 m 37.79 14 February 1987 Heerenveen 36.57 1,000m 1:14.62 18 February 1988 Calgary 1:12.58 1,500m 1:53.88 21 March 1987 Heerenveen 1:52.70 3,000m 4:01.21 19 March 1987 Heerenveen 4:03.22 5,000m 6:54.91 15 February 1986 Inzell 6:49.15 10,000m 14:39.05 16 February 1986 Inzell 14:21.51 Big combination 161.936 16 February 1986 Inzell 160.807 Source: www.isu.org[1] Note that Vergeer's personal record on the 3,000 m was not a world record because Leo Visser skated 3:59.27 that same day at the same tournament. Also note that when Vergeer set his personal record on the 10,000 m, Geir Karlstad set a new world record of 14:12.14 that same day at the same tournament. Vergeer has an Adelskalender score of 161.193 points. His highest ranking on the Adelskalender was a seventh place. The Adelskalender is an all-time allround speed skating ranking. References ^ "Hein Vergeer Personal best". www.isu.org. http://data.isuresults.eu/riderDetail.asp?id=9955. Retrieved 23/03/2010.  Hein Vergeer at SkateResults.com Personal records from Jakub Majerski's Speedskating Database Evert Stenlund's Adelskalender pages Complete history list of World Records From the International Skating Union Awards Preceded by Gaétan Boucher Oscar Mathisen Award 1985 Succeeded by Geir Karlstad Preceded by Joop Zoetemelk Dutch Sportsman of the Year 1986 Succeeded by Ruud Gullit v • d • e World Champions in Men's Allround Speed Skating 1893-1914 • 1922-1939 • 1947-1969 • 1970: Ard Schenk • 1971: Ard Schenk • 1972: Ard Schenk • 1973: Göran Claeson • 1974: Sten Stensen • 1975: Harm Kuipers • 1976: Piet Kleine • 1977: Eric Heiden • 1978: Eric Heiden • 1979: Eric Heiden • 1980: Hilbert van der Duim • 1981: Amund Sjøbrend • 1982: Hilbert van der Duim • 1983: Rolf Falk-Larssen • 1984: Oleg Bozhev • 1985: Hein Vergeer • 1986: Hein Vergeer • 1987: Nikolay Gulyayev • 1988: Eric Flaim • 1989: Leo Visser • 1990: Johann Olav Koss • 1991: Johann Olav Koss • 1992: Roberto Sighel • 1993: Falko Zandstra • 1994: Johann Olav Koss • 1995: Rintje Ritsma • 1996: Rintje Ritsma • 1997: Ids Postma • 1998: Ids Postma • 1999: Rintje Ritsma • 2000: Gianni Romme • 2001: Rintje Ritsma • 2002: Jochem Uytdehaage • 2003: Gianni Romme • 2004: Chad Hedrick • 2005: Shani Davis • 2006: Shani Davis • 2007: Sven Kramer • 2008: Sven Kramer • 2009: Sven Kramer • 2010: Sven Kramer Persondata Name Vergeer, Hein Alternative names Short description Date of birth 5 February 1961 Place of birth Haastrecht, Netherlands Date of death Place of death