Maarten Arens Judoka
Maarten Arens
Maarten Arens
Country: Netherlands | Born: 20 May 1972 (50 years)
Maarten Arens was European Champion in 1995 and successful coach of the Netherlands since 2005. Arens won Olympic medals as a coach with Ruben Houkes and Henk Grol and World titles with Guillaume Elmont, Dennis van der Geest and Ruben Houkes as well as a handful of European titles. He is one of the longest seeding national coaches in the world. As an athlete he became European Champion in Birmingham in 1995 and competed at the Sydney Olympic Games. Maarten is quadrupple Dutch champion. He claimed gold at the Tournoi de Paris in 2000,
Competitions - Medal overview
Continental Championships 1 1 0
World Cups/Continental Open 2 3 4
Continental Championships Juniors 0 1 1
European Team Championships 1 0 0
European Club Championships 1 0 0
International Tournaments 2 3 3
National Championships Seniors 4 3 5
National Championships Juniors 2 0 2
National Championships Cadets 0 0 1
Event Continental Championships
Event World Cups/Continental Open
Event Continental Championships Juniors
Event European Team Championships
Event European Club Championships
Event International Tournaments
Event National Championships Seniors
Event National Championships Juniors
Event National Championships Cadets
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