Tineke Hidding

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Tineke Hidding with her daughter Tosca in their home garden in Zuid-Scharwoude in 2010
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Born (1959-07-28) 28 July 1959 (age 64)
Deventer, the Netherlands
Height1.74 m (5 ft 9 in)
Weight62 kg (137 lb)
Sport Heptathlon, long jump
ClubHera, Heerhugowaard

Jantien "Tineke" Johanna Alida Hidding (born 28 July 1959) is a retired Dutch heptathlete. She competed at the 1984 and 1988 Olympics and finished in seventh place in 1984. [1]

Her personal best score was 6176 points, achieved in May 1988 in Eindhoven. [2] Her personal best in the long jump was 6.61 metres, achieved in July 1988 in Roosendaal. [3]

Between 1978 and 1990 Hidding won 14 outdoor and 15 indoor national titles.


1983 World Championships Helsinki, Finland 8thHeptathlon
1984 Olympic Games Los Angeles, United States 7thHeptathlon
1986 European Championships Stuttgart, West Germany 11thHeptathlon
1987 World Championships Rome, Italy 13thHeptathlon
1989 European Indoor Championships The Hague, Netherlands 7thLong jump [4]

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  2. World women's all-time best heptathlon (updated 2001). Hem.bredband.net (6 August 2001). Retrieved on 7 December 2013.
  3. World women's all-time best long jump (updated 2001). Hem.bredband.net (6 August 2001). Retrieved on 7 December 2013.
  4. 1989 European Indoor Championships, women's long jump final – Die Leichtatletik-Statistik-Seite