Xenia Stad-de Jong

1922 - 2012

Xenia Stad-de Jong

Xenia Stad-de Jong (4 March 1922 – 3 April 2012) was a Dutch track and field athlete who competed in sprinting events. Born in Semarang in the former Dutch East Indies (Indonesia), her greatest success was winning the gold medal as the first runner in the 4 x 100 metres relay at the 1948 Summer Olympics, together with Netty Witziers-Timmer, Gerda van der Kade-Koudijs and Fanny Blankers-Koen. She took part in the individual 100 metres event, where she was eliminated in the semi-finals.In 1950, she won another medal with the Dutch relay team when they finished second at the 1950 European Championships. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Xenia Stad-de Jong has received more than 13,325 page views. Her biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia making her the 262nd most popular athlete.

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Among athletes, Xenia Stad-de Jong ranks 263 out of 2,090Before her are Bevil Rudd, Launceston Elliot, Martin Lundström, Gustaf Söderström, Terry Fox, and William Porter. After her are Harri Larva, Henry Eriksson, Mykola Avilov, Oscar Pistorius, Tommy Hampson, and Arie van Vliet.

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Among people born in 1922, Xenia Stad-de Jong ranks 219Before her are Steven Hill, Yuri Knorozov, Alexander Kazhdan, Pino Cerami, Ruby Dee, and Roland Dumas. After her are Martin Gray, Bhimsen Joshi, Carmen McRae, William Gaddis, Warwick Estevam Kerr, and John Hick. Among people deceased in 2012, Xenia Stad-de Jong ranks 193Before her are Haji Mohammad Chamkani, Zakaria Mohieddin, Otto Stich, Andy Griffith, Pierre Schoendoerffer, and Simin Daneshvar. After her are Jon Finch, Roald Aas, Mike Wallace, Lupe Ontiveros, Moshe Sanbar, and Sergey Kapitsa.

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In Indonesia

Among people born in Indonesia, Xenia Stad-de Jong ranks 35 out of 63Before her are Hella Haasse (1918), Sutan Sjahrir (1909), Georg Eberhard Rumphius (1627), Chairil Anwar (1922), D. N. Aidit (1923), and Beb Bakhuys (1909). After her are Arie de Jong (1865), Henk Badings (1907), Adriaan Fokker (1887), Adrianus de Jong (1882), Boediono (1943), and Agnez Mo (1986).

Among ATHLETES In Indonesia

Among athletes born in Indonesia, Xenia Stad-de Jong ranks 1After her are Eko Yuli Irawan (1989).