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Klaverblad International HighJump Zoetermeer

Postby Team Broersen » Mon Sep 03, 2012 10:05 am

Nadine Broersen will be competing at the Klaverblad International Highjump in Zoetermeer

Full details on the website http://www.highjump.eu/?beta=1&m=0&s=43&a=0

Directions and Contact details http://www.highjump.eu/?beta=1&m=0&s=51&a=0

Team Broersen wishes her all the best :D

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Re: Klaverblad International Highjump Zoetermeer

Postby Team Broersen » Mon Sep 03, 2012 10:26 am

I have posted a photo gallery of the Klaverblad International HighJump 2011 which Nadine Broersen competed in and won with a height of 1.83m

https://www.facebook.com/TeamBroersen.N ... ef=tn_tnmn

I,m the Page Administrator and I will be updating results on the Facebook Page

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Re: Klaverblad International HighJump Zoetermeer

Postby SteveK26 » Tue Sep 04, 2012 8:26 pm

I'm sure your daughter is a very talented athlete.
But why all this PR on a UK athletics site? We have three or four fine heptathletes of our own.
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Re: Klaverblad International HighJump Zoetermeer

Postby Team Broersen » Tue Sep 04, 2012 8:48 pm

Steve , if you can access a forum Internationally then its an International forum , this is an International Event , I,ve havn't checked the updated list of competitors this morning but I,m sure you would be keen to see any results if there was a UK athlete involved

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Re: Klaverblad International HighJump Zoetermeer

Postby SteveK26 » Tue Sep 04, 2012 11:24 pm

It is indeed an International forum, and I'm happy to see the progression of International athletes such as your daughter.
But the facebook stuff is going over the top, don't you think? Shouldn't that be reserved for your fans back home?

And posting a topic such as this one, just to push awareness of your daughter, isn't user friendly.
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Re: Klaverblad International HighJump Zoetermeer

Postby paul » Tue Sep 04, 2012 11:48 pm

Steve I agree with a lot of what you say, but not so much this time.
I welcome news of Nadine Broersen's progress, in whatever configuration.

From what I remember she is only 22 and already a 6300 HEP at London 2012
(in fact I was in the stadium to enjoy her 800m, just behind Schippers and -- hooray for GB :D -- also behind KJT in that race, which all three of them PBed).
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Re: Klaverblad International HighJump Zoetermeer

Postby Team Broersen » Wed Sep 05, 2012 8:59 am

SteveK26 wrote:It is indeed an International forum, and I'm happy to see the progression of International athletes such as your daughter.
But the facebook stuff is going over the top, don't you think? Shouldn't that be reserved for your fans back home?

And posting a topic such as this one, just to push awareness of your daughter, isn't user friendly.


Steve I,m not Nadine's father .
I,m just posting the event for those who might be interested in the event , perhaps I could have worded the post a little differently , here is an event and by the way Nadine Broersen is competing .

I posted the Facebook page link for anyone who is interesting in keeping in touch with Nadine's events and results .

Paul thank you for your comments , I agree that Kat Johnson-Thompson has a big future , very mature and determined

Steve, this event is for men and women and there will be some interesting competitors like Kabelo Kgosiemang

I,ll keep in mind what you have said when I post again :|

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Re: Klaverblad International HighJump Zoetermeer

Postby SteveK26 » Wed Sep 05, 2012 7:07 pm

Team Broersen
No offence intended.
Good luck to Nadine....I hope she and our girls have some great battles in the years to come.
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Re: Klaverblad International HighJump Zoetermeer

Postby Team Broersen » Fri Sep 07, 2012 12:53 pm

If your keen on coming on Sunday 9th here is a map to the Event venue

http://tinyurl.com/8behjf5

Looking forward to Sunday , hope to see a great crowd :)

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Re: Klaverblad International HighJump Zoetermeer

Postby Team Broersen » Sun Sep 09, 2012 8:35 am

The participants in the men: Kabelo Kgosiemang (2.34) Rozle Prezelj (2.32) Samson Oni (2.31) Stijn Stroobants (2.26) Matt Roberts (2.26) Jan Peter Larsen (2.25) Karim Lotfy (2.25) Douwe Amels (2.22) Mateusz Przybylko ( 2.20) Kai Schiffer (2.12)

The participants in the women: Julia Straub (1.93) Hannelore Desmet (1.89) Nadine Broersen (1.87) Sietske Northman (1.87) Elena Brambilla (1.87) Katarina Mögenburg (1.86) Marije Langen (1.86) Nikki Woudstra (1.83) Tanita Hofmans (1.80 ) All information: www.highjump.eu

The Womens Event starts at 12.45 The Mens Event starts at 14.15

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Re: Klaverblad International HighJump Zoetermeer

Postby Team Broersen » Mon Sep 10, 2012 7:56 am

Final Results

Men - 1. Kabelo Kgosiemang (Botswana) 2.20 2.Samson Oni (GBR) 2.20 3. Rozle Prezelj (SLOV) 2.17

Women - 1. Desmet Hannelore 1.87 (SB) (Bel), 2. Nadine Broersen 1.85 (NED), 3. Elena Brambilla 1.83 (Italy)

Not the result Nadine wanted but a solid Event nonetheless

Team Broersen thanks everyone who came and supported the event

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