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Hans Haasmann

Full name: Hans Leopold Haasmann
Gender: Male
Born: January 6, 1916 in Jakarta, Daerah Khusus Ibukota Jakarta, Indonesia
Died: May 26, 2008 in Hervey Bay, Queensland, Australia
Affiliations: Tjikini, Jakarta (INA)
Country: NED Netherlands
Sport: Diving

Biography

Hans Haasmann competed in diving for the Netherlands at the 1936 Olympics, but lived in that country for only a few years during his life. He was a native of the Dutch East Indies (now Indonesia), then a Dutch territory. But he was chosen for the 1936 Olympics and traveled to the Netherlands only a few weeks before the Games began, along with swim Piet Stam, who was from Bandoeng in the East Indies . During World War II, Haasmann was made a prisoner-of-war by the Japanese, and was one of the few who survived the Burma railroad camps. After the war, he returned to the Netherlands but stayed only a short time and settled in Australia in the early 50s, where he lived for the rest of his life.

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1936 Summer 20 Berlin Diving Men's Springboard Netherlands NED 15T

Men's Springboard

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank PTS DP SP
1936 Summer 20 Berlin Diving Netherlands Final Standings 15T 111.44
1936 Summer 20 Berlin Diving Netherlands Dive #1 16 9.72
1936 Summer 20 Berlin Diving Netherlands Dive #2 16 10.54
1936 Summer 20 Berlin Diving Netherlands Dive #3 14 13.30
1936 Summer 20 Berlin Diving Netherlands Dive #4 24 6.40
1936 Summer 20 Berlin Diving Netherlands Dive #5 19T 8.28
1936 Summer 20 Berlin Diving Netherlands Dive #6 16 11.78
1936 Summer 20 Berlin Diving Netherlands Dive #7 17T 9.92
1936 Summer 20 Berlin Diving Netherlands Dive #8 16 20.26
1936 Summer 20 Berlin Diving Netherlands Dive #9 16 33.56
1936 Summer 20 Berlin Diving Netherlands Dive #10 18 39.96
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