Annemiek de Haan
Annemiek de Haan won the bronze medal in the four with coxswain at the Junior World Championships in 1999. 2002 pairs with coxswain and 2003 in the four with coxswain Annemiek de Haan finished fifth at the U23 European Championships respectively. In 2004, she finished with the eighth at two World Cup races to fourth place in the Olympic Games in Athens occupied the eighth in the occupation Froukje Wegman, Marlies Smulders, Nienke Hommes, Hurnet Dekkers, Annemarieke van Rumpt, Annemiek de Haan, Sarah Siegelaar, Helen Tanger and control women ester Workel third place behind the boats from Romania and the USA.
2005, the eight finished in two World Cup races in second place at the World Rowing Championships 2005, the boat won the bronze medal behind the Australians and the Romanians. 2006 changed Annemiek de Haan and van Annemarieke Rumpt in the two without coxswain and occupied the fifth place at the World Championships in Eton. 2007, the pair returned back to the eighth and won at home in Amsterdam, their first World Cup race, at the World Championships in Munich aft missed the A-final. 2008, the Dutch eight finished third in the World Cup twice in fourth place, the season's highlight, the Olympic Games in Beijing, reached the eighth in the occupation Femke Dekker, Annemiek de Haan, Nienke Kingma, Roline Repelaer van Driel, Annemarieke van Rumpt, Sarah Siegelaar, Marlies Smulders, Helen Tanger and esters Workel second place behind the aft of the United States.
After a year's break Annemiek de Haan rowed 2010 at four with coxswain, 2011, she returned to the roller back and won the World Cup in Munich. The World Rowing Championships 2011 in Bled, the Dutch eight finished fifth, the year after the eight won the bronze medal at the Olympic Games in 2012.