- Mijntje Donners
Women's Field Hockey Competitor for the Netherlands Olympic Games Silver 2004 Athens Team Competition Bronze 1996 Atlanta Team Competition Bronze 2000 Sydney Team Competition World Cup Silver 1998 Utrecht Team Competition Silver 2002 Perth Team Competition Champions Trophy Gold 2000 Amstelveen Team Competition Silver 1999 Brisbane Team Competition Silver 2001 Amstelveen Team Competition Bronze 2002 Macau Team Competition Bronze 2003 Sydney Team Competition European Nations Cup Gold 1995 Amstelveen Team Competition Gold 1999 Cologne Team Competition Gold 2003 Barcelona Team Competition
Wilhelmina Petronella Ardina Maria ("Mijntje") Donners (born February 4, 1974 in Den Bosch, Noord-Brabant) is a field hockey striker from the Netherlands, who played 234 international matches for the Dutch National Women's Team, in which she scored 97 goals.
Donners made her debut on April 1, 1994 against South Korea (4-1), and was a member of the team, that won the bronze medal at the 1996 and 2000 Summer Olympics. Four years later she captured silver at the 2004 Summer Olympics. She retired from international competition after the Athens Games. Donners was nicknamed Goudmijntje, meaning Goldmine, for her ability to score at important moments during the game.
Mijntje Donners – International Tournaments Netherlands squad – 1995 European Nations Cup Netherlands squad – 1995 Olympic Qualifying Tournament Netherlands squad – 1996 Summer Olympics Netherlands squad – 1998 FIH World Cup Netherlands squad – 1999 Champions Trophy Netherlands squad – 1999 European Nations Cup Netherlands squad – 2000 Champions Trophy Netherlands squad – 2000 Summer Olympics Netherlands squad – 2001 Champions Trophy Netherlands squad – 2002 Champions Trophy Netherlands squad – 2002 FIH World Cup
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Netherlands squad – 2003 Champions Trophy Netherlands squad – 2004 Summer Olympics Awards Preceded by
WorldHockey Player of the Year
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