Jan Lammers (30 September 1926 – 1 September 2011) was a Dutch sprinter. He competed in the 200 m and 4×100 m relay events at the 1948 Summer Olympics and finished in sixth place in the relay. As a teenager Lammers trained in gymnastics and changed to athletics only after World War II. At the 1946 European Athletics Championships he was part of the Dutch 4×100 m team (with Jo Zwaan, Gabe Scholten and Chris van Osta) that finished in fourth place. In 1948 he won his first Dutch title, in the 200 m. Two years later, he won two national sprint titles and a bronze medal in the 200 m event at the 1950 European Athletics Championships. He was preparing for the 1952 Summer Olympics, but tore a muscle. The same year he got married, retired from competitions and later worked as a garage keeper.

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  • Jan Lammers (né le 30 septembre 1926 à Drachten et mort le 1er septembre 2011 dans cette même ville) est un athlète néerlandais, spécialiste des épreuves de sprint. (fr)
  • Jan Lammers (Drachten, 30 september 1926 – Ureterp, 31 augustus 2011) was een Nederlandse atleet, die kort na de Tweede Wereldoorlog op de sprintnummers zijn grootste successen boekte. Hij nam deel aan de Europese kampioenschappen van 1946 in Oslo, de Olympische Spelen van 1948 in Londen en won op de Europese atletiekkampioenschappen in 1950 een bronzen medaille op de 200 m. (nl)
  • Jan Lammers (30 September 1926 – 1 September 2011) was a Dutch sprinter. He competed in the 200 m and 4×100 m relay events at the 1948 Summer Olympics and finished in sixth place in the relay. As a teenager Lammers trained in gymnastics and changed to athletics only after World War II. At the 1946 European Athletics Championships he was part of the Dutch 4×100 m team (with Jo Zwaan, Gabe Scholten and Chris van Osta) that finished in fourth place. In 1948 he won his first Dutch title, in the 200 m. Two years later, he won two national sprint titles and a bronze medal in the 200 m event at the 1950 European Athletics Championships. He was preparing for the 1952 Summer Olympics, but tore a muscle. The same year he got married, retired from competitions and later worked as a garage keeper. (en)
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  • Jan Lammers (né le 30 septembre 1926 à Drachten et mort le 1er septembre 2011 dans cette même ville) est un athlète néerlandais, spécialiste des épreuves de sprint. (fr)
  • Jan Lammers (Drachten, 30 september 1926 – Ureterp, 31 augustus 2011) was een Nederlandse atleet, die kort na de Tweede Wereldoorlog op de sprintnummers zijn grootste successen boekte. Hij nam deel aan de Europese kampioenschappen van 1946 in Oslo, de Olympische Spelen van 1948 in Londen en won op de Europese atletiekkampioenschappen in 1950 een bronzen medaille op de 200 m. (nl)
  • Jan Lammers (30 September 1926 – 1 September 2011) was a Dutch sprinter. He competed in the 200 m and 4×100 m relay events at the 1948 Summer Olympics and finished in sixth place in the relay. As a teenager Lammers trained in gymnastics and changed to athletics only after World War II. At the 1946 European Athletics Championships he was part of the Dutch 4×100 m team (with Jo Zwaan, Gabe Scholten and Chris van Osta) that finished in fourth place. In 1948 he won his first Dutch title, in the 200 m. Two years later, he won two national sprint titles and a bronze medal in the 200 m event at the 1950 European Athletics Championships. He was preparing for the 1952 Summer Olympics, but tore a muscle. The same year he got married, retired from competitions and later worked as a garage keeper. (en)
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