Truus van der Plaat

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Truus van der Plaat
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Truus Van der Plaat in 1979
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Born Geldermalsen, the Netherlands
Medal record
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Track World Championships
Silver medal icon (S initial).svg 1979 AmsterdamSprint

Truus van der Plaat is a retired Dutch track and road cyclist who was active between 1970 and 1980. She won a silver medal in the sprint at the 1979 world championships. [1]

Truus van der Plaat is getting massage at the 1979 world championships Truus Van der Plaat 1979.jpg
Truus van der Plaat is getting massage at the 1979 world championships

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  1. Truus Van der Plaat.