2013 Canoes

Sneeuwwitje referring to the white prinses of the fairy tale 'Snowwhite and the seven dwarfs'. Details Weight: 56 kg Participation, captains and honours Nürnberg (Germany) men: Ynze Goinga & Alwin van Olst (3rd) Nürnberg (Germany) women: Tessa Andringa & Anna Steiner (4th) Current state Demolished Bassiaan referring to the duo Bassie & Adriaan. Details Weight: 67 kg Made with granulated canoes of the 2011 fleet Constructed in 2012 (Re-used) Participation, captains and honours Utrecht 400m men: Alwin van Olst and Sander de Waard (2nd) Current state Exhibited at the University of Twente De Slachttand De Slachttand (The Meat Tooth), because of the strong marmble constrution and heavy weight Details Weight: 95 kg Made of marmble Constructed in 2010 (Re-used) Participation, captains and honours Utrecht 100m men: Ynze Goinga and Koen van Stek (3th) Utrecht 100m mix: Ynze Goinga and Tessa Andringa (3th) Utrecht 200m mix: Jules Hazeleger and Corine Miedema (3th) Utrecht 400m mix: Alwin van Olst and Tessa Andringa (3th) Utrecht Durability prize Current state Demolished De Baron referring to one of the crooks in Bassie & Adriaan. Details Weight: 64 kg Constructed in 2012 (Re-used) Participation, captains and honours Utrecht 100m men: Alex Bos and Ruben Herrebrugh (1st) Utrecht 100m women: Henrike Maris and Ingrid van den Brink (1st) Utrecht 100m mix: Alex Bos and Cincy Clevers (1st) Utrecht 200m men: Alwin van Olst (2nd) Utrecht 200m women: Anna Steiner and Cincy Clevers (2nd) Utrecht 200m mix: Alwin van Olst and Anna Steiner (2nd) Utrecht 400m men: Alex Bos and Ruben Herrebrugh (1st) Utrecht 400m mix: Alex Bos and Henrike Maris (1st) Current state Demolished Prinses Beatrix referring to the resigned queen of the Netherlands. Details Weight: 56 kg Participation, captains and honours Nürnberg (Germany) men: Alex Bos and Ruben Herrebrugh (1st) Nürnberg (Germany) women: Henrike Maris and Cindy Clevers (1st) Current state Demolished De Astronaut referring to the white suite of an astronaut. Details Weight: 59 kg Participation, captains and honours Utrecht 200m men: Jules Hazeleger and Paul Drenth (3th) Utrecht 400m men: Jules Hazeleger and Paul Drenth (3th) Utrecht special women: Corine Miedema and Igrind van den Brink (2nd) Current state Demolished