Noortje De Brouwer

Full Name Noortje De Brouwer
Nation Netherlands
Birthdate March 9, 1999
Olympics 2020
Status Active
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Career Highlights

2020 Olympian in duet alongside twin sister Bregje… Focuses on the duet event only… Swam at the 2017, 2019  and 2023 World Championships, and the 2018 and 2021 European Championships… Competed at the inaugural 2015 European Games in Baku.

2023: Missed the beginning of the season… Only competed in technical duet at the World Championships and placed seventh.

2022: Suffered a season-ending shoulder injury that required surgery.

2021: Finished ninth in duet at the Olympic Games… Qualified to the Olympic Games in duet by placing fourth at the Qualification Tournament… Placed fifth in technical duet and free duet at the European Championships.

2020: Swam at the French Open, the first and only stop of the world series for the season…Placed fourth in technical duet… Did not compete internationally thereafter due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the cancellation of all meets.

2019: Placed 13th in both technical and free duet events at the FINA World Championships…Finished fifth in free duet and 11th in technical duet at the European Cup…Competed in three world series meets – Paris, Alexandroupoli and Quebec City.

2018: Saw fantastic improvement of three to five points in the duet events for the first season under the coaching of Esther Jauma…Finished eighth in technical and free duet at the European Championships…  Competed in three world series meets – Paris, Tokyo and Madrid.

2017: Gave the Netherlands its best finish in over 20 years at the Jr. European Championships by placing fifth overall in duet…Competed at the FINA World Championships and finished 17th in technical duet and 18th in free duet… Won bronze at the German Open in March in the free duet event.

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