2009 Canoes

Das Phantom Das Phantom (The Ghost, referring to the nickname of the lethal Dutch Bayern Munich striker Roy Makaay) Details Weight: 52,30 kg Participation, captains and honours Essen (D) men: Sevrien Ferrée and Frank Aarns (1st) Current state Demolished The Flying Dutchman Referring to the mythical ghost ship Details Weight: 53,80 kg Participation, captains and honours Roermond 400m men: Sevrien Ferrée and Frank Aarns (1st) Roermond 200m men: Sevrien Ferrée and Frank Aarns (1st) Essen men: Chiel de Wit and Johan de Waard (10th) Essen women: Nienke Schuurman and Floor Speet (5th) Current state Demolished De Twentsche Ros De Twentsche Ros (The Twents steed, referring to the symbol of Twente) Details Weight: 67,30 kg Participation, captains and honours Roermond 400m men: Casper Rood and Daan Spikker (2nd) Roermond 200m men: Casper Rood and Daan Spikker Roermond 400m women: Nadi Modderman and Eva Kunst (1st) Roermond 200m women: Nadi Modderman and Eva Kunst (2nd) Roermond 400m mixed: Daniël Tollenaar and Eva Kunst (3rd) Roermond 200m mixed: Daniël Tollenaar and Eva Kunst (1st) Essen men: Daan Amperse and Otto Coster Essen women: Nadi Modderman and Nine van der Scheur (4th) Current state Demolished De Oranje Nassau De Oranje Nassau (Referring to the Dutch Royal family) Details Weight: 58,70 kg Participation, captains and honors Roermond 400m men: Chiel de Wit and Johan de Waard (3rd) Roermond 200m men: Chiel de Wit and Johan de Waard Roermond 400m women: Wing-Yan Man and Karin van Ewijk (2nd) Roermond 200m women: Wing-Yan Man Diana van der Asdonk and Roermond 400m mixed: Hendrik van Meerveld and Wing-Yan Man Roermond 200m mixed: Hendrik van Meerveld and Wing-Yan Man (2nd) Current state Demolished