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The Netherlands' Yvonne van Gennip led the individual medal table with three golds, while Sweden's Tomas Gustafson was the most successful male skater, with two gold medals.
Van Gennip studied engineering physics at Delft University of Technology, and obtained an MBA at INSEAD Fontainebleau. She worked at McKinsey & Company in Amsterdam and San Francisco, and as project leader reorganisation at the Netherlands Authority for the Financial Markets.
Yvonne Maria Therèse van Gennip (born 1 May 1964) is one of the most successful female Dutch all-round speed skaters. Her main success dates from the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary, where she unexpectedly won three gold medals. She was the most successful athlete at the 1988 Winter Olympics, along with Matti Nykänen of Finland.
After her break with the PvdA she had several smaller jobs: she wrote an editorial column in the newspaper "Het Parool" and in the IKON radio show "De Andere Wereld" ("The Other World"). She was also an editor of the series "Knowledge, Politics and Public Opinion" for the publisher Van Gennip.
Van Gennip participated in the 1984 Winter Olympics in Sarajevo and in the 1992 Winter Olympics in Albertville as well, but did not win a medal. She won a silver medal in the 1988 world championships, and bronze medals in the 1987 and 1989 world championships.
Sunk Loto formed as a heavy metal band from Gold Coast, Queensland in March 1997 by Dane Brown on drums, his brother Jason Brown on lead vocals, Luke McDonald on guitar and Sean Van Gennip on bass guitar. Originally named Messiah, brothers Dane and Jason Brown met Luke McDonald at a local music store, Jason brought his younger brother to practice sessions and McDonald's school mate, Sean Van Gennip, completed the line-up. A year later they changed their name due to another band of the same name: Jason explained "we looked up Messiah in the dictionary and the meaning was 'liberator of the oppressed" so we took the first letter of each word to form LOTO and SUNK was added to the name symbolising the sinking of name Messiah."
Following a hiatus between 2003–2005, Hill formed "Charlton Hill and the Citizens" with fellow long term friends, guitarist "Tim Hartwig" and bassist "Ryan Van Gennip", in conjunction with band inductee drummer "Jared Kneale". The band released "Small Triumphs in Traffic" on 1 December 2007 leading with the single 'As long as you can'. The track featured a music clip shot by up and coming film duo Claire McCarthy and Denson Baker.
In April 1999 the group signed with Sony Records when Dane was 13 and the band's oldest member, Sean Van Gennip, was 17. In November that year, they released a five-track extended play, "Society Anxiety", which was produced by Paul McKercher (You Am I, Sarah Blasko) It peaked at number 2 in the ARIA Singles Chart. The band performed at a range of festivals including Hombake promoting the highly successful EP and then commenced writing for their debut full length album.
After she had injured her foot, and had surgery less than two months before the games, the East German women were heavily favoured to win the distances over 500 meters. But Van Gennip smashed the world record by almost 5 seconds to win the 3000 metres, beat her personal record by almost 4 seconds to win the 1500 metres, and was almost 7 seconds faster than her own world record time to win the 5000 metres as well.
Following a tour to the U.S. in 2011 and then France, Hay returned home to Australia to write and record his third studio album, "I Love Hate You", which was independently released in Australia on 21 September 2012, and released worldwide on 16 October 2012 by the U.S. label 128 Records. For the first time Hay uses other players. Bass player Ryan Van Gennip and drummer Jon Howell from the Sydney band Chase the Sun are featured on "Turn It Up", and Howell plays drums on "Good Times". Cello accompaniment is also featured in "Close".
Political figures that studied at TU Delft include Karien van Gennip, Dutch secretary of state for economic affairs, Anton Mussert, Dutch politician of World War II era and founder of National Socialist Movement in the Netherlands, Abdul Qadeer Khan, father of Pakistan nuclear program, and Dutch politician Wim Dik. Famous TU Delft alumni architects include Erick van Egeraat, Herman Hertzberger and Hein de Haan. Dutch designers that graduated at TU Delft include Alexandre Horowitz, designer of Philishave, and Adrian van Hooydonk, Dutch automobile designer and head of design at BMW.
Sunk Loto were an Australian alternative metal band from Gold Coast, Queensland formed in 1997. The band's members were vocalist Jason Brown, guitarist Luke McDonald, bass player Sean Van Gennip, and drummer Dane Brown. Sunk Loto signed a recording contract with Sony Music when the average age of their members was 16 years old. They released two studio albums, "Big Picture Lies" (13 October 2000) and "Between Birth and Death" (17 November 2003), both reached the ARIA Albums Chart top 50. The group disbanded in December 2007.
In 2006 Sean Van Gennip departed the band due to creative differences. He was replaced by Rob Kaay. The band finished a short Australian tour at the end of 2006 and planned to finish writing and recording their third studio album. McDonald had wanted to "take their sound down an even darker path." Dane, Jason and Kaay and decided to work on a new project without McDonald due to irreparable creative and personal reasons. Sunk Loto played their final sold out show on the Gold Coast on 14 December 2007.
A then-record 57 nations competed and 1,423 athletes participated. The Soviet Union won the most medals with 29, followed by East Germany with 25. As it had in Montreal in 1976, Canada again failed to win a gold medal in an official medal event as the host nation. Finnish ski jumper Matti Nykänen and Dutch speed skater Yvonne van Gennip were individual medal leaders, capturing three gold medals apiece. The games are also remembered for the "heroic failure" of British ski jumper Eddie "The Eagle" Edwards, and the Winter Olympic début of the Jamaica national bobsled team, both of which would be subjects of major feature films about their participation in the games.
The top individual competitors at the Olympics were Finnish ski jumper Matti Nykänen and Dutch speed skater Yvonne van Gennip as they each won three gold medals. Italy's Alberto Tomba won gold in two skiing events, his first of five career Olympic medals en route to becoming the first alpine skier to win medals at three Winter Games. East Germany's Katarina Witt defended her 1984 gold medal in women's figure skating, capturing a second gold in Calgary. Her compatriot Christa Rothenburger won the gold medal in the 1000 metre race in speed skating, then went on to win a silver medal in the team sprint cycling event at the 1988 Summer Games to become the only person in Olympic history to win medals at both Olympic Games in the same year. The Soviet Union won gold in hockey as Scandinavian neighbours Finland and Sweden took silver and bronze, respectively.
On 30 March 2012, De Jong and several other prominent CDA members, including fellow former Prime Minister Ruud Lubbers, former Ministers of Foreign Affairs Hans van den Broek, Pieter Kooijmans and Ben Bot, former Ministers for Development Cooperation Piet Bukman and Agnes van Ardenne, and former ministers Wim Deetman and Ernst Hirsch Ballin and former Undersecretary Karien van Gennip all signed a petition of disapproval for the proposed cuts to the budget of international development by the Cabinet Rutte I. De Jong responded by announcing that he would leave the CDA if the cuts were implemented. He expressed satisfaction about the fall of the Cabinet Rutte I in 2012, calling it a "lame cabinet".
Matti Ensio Nykänen () (born 17 July 1963) is a Finnish former ski jumper who competed from 1981 to 1991. Widely considered to be the greatest male ski jumper of all time, Nykänen won five Winter Olympic medals (four gold), nine World Championship medals (five gold) and 22 Finnish Championship medals (13 gold). Most notably, he won three gold medals at the 1988 Winter Olympics, becoming, along with Yvonne van Gennip of the Netherlands, the most successful athlete at that event. Nykänen is the only ski jumper in history to have won all five of the sport's major events: a gold medal at the Winter Olympics (three times), the Ski Jumping World Championships (once), the Ski Flying World Championships (once), four World Cup titles, and the Four Hills Tournament (twice). His four World Cup titles is an all-time record shared with Adam Małysz and Sara Takanashi.
In 1988, the Canadian city of Calgary hosted the first Winter Olympics to span 16 days. New events were added in ski-jumping and speed skating; while future Olympic sports curling, short track speed skating and freestyle skiing made their appearance as demonstration sports. For the first time the speed skating events were held indoors, on the Olympic Oval. Dutch skater Yvonne van Gennip won three gold medals and set two world records, beating skaters from the favoured East German team in every race. Her medal total was equalled by Finnish ski jumper Matti Nykänen, who won all three events in his sport. Alberto Tomba, an Italian skier, made his Olympic debut by winning both the giant slalom and slalom. East German Christa Rothenburger won the women's 1,000 metre speed skating event. Seven months later she would earn a silver in track cycling at the Summer Games in Seoul, to become the only athlete to win medals in both a Summer and Winter Olympics in the same year.
After a successful period around 1900, with Jaap Eden and Coen de Koning as World Champions, Dutch speed skating successes became numerous in the 1960s. Champions Kees Verkerk and Ard Schenk were immensely popular, causing a real speed skating hype in the country. Successes continue up to today, with the likes of Yvonne van Gennip (3 Olympic gold medals in 1988), Rintje Ritsma (4-time World Champion), Jochem Uytdehaage (2 Olympic gold medals in 2002), Marianne Timmer (3 Olympic gold medals in 1998 and 2006), Ireen Wüst (3 Olympic golds in 2006, 2010 and 2014 and 5 World Allround Speed Skating Championships) and Sven Kramer (3 Olympic gold medals in 2010 and 2014 and eight World Allround Championships). The Dutch speed skaters' performance at the 2014 Winter Olympics, where they won 8 out of 12 events, 23 out of 36 medals, including 4 clean sweeps, is the most dominant performance in a single sport in Olympic history. Thialf Stadium in Heerenveen was the second indoor 400m speed skating oval in the world, the first to host an international championship and remains a world-class facility today.
Between 22 August 1994 and 22 July 2002, Zalm, member of the market liberal party People's Party for Freedom and Democracy, was Minister of Finance in the first and second Wim Kok administrations. The Dutch economy being very healthy during those years, he did not experience large difficulties. However, he did introduce certain standards that are in effect until now, among which the Zalmnorm (Zalm standard) which describes a state policy by which the state does not respond extremely to economic fluctuations but just counteracts them.During the first, short Balkenende administration, Zalm was the acting leader of the People's Party for Freedom and Democracy group in parliament. On 27 May 2003 he started his third term as Minister of Finance, in the second Balkenende administration, also serving as Deputy Prime Minister. On 30 June 2006, he succeeded Laurens Jan Brinkhorst as Minister of Economic Affairs, ad interim, with most tasks delegated to junior minister Karien van Gennip. On 7 July 2006 Joop Wijn was appointed as the new Minister of Economic Affairs.