Episode 45: Volleybal, Ice hockey, Soccer and SpeedskatingFirst aired: Friday, 13 February 2015 at 17.40 hours
Sport in Week 7:
The finale of the general volleybal league are in sight and the ladies of VC Sneek are still holding position at the top. The team of coach Petra Groenland, will play against Alterno from Apeldoorn coming Thursday. This game was suppose tot take place on january 24th, but was cancelled due to weather circumstances. VC desires to win and even more so, because earlier this season the lost against Alterno.
Forwarder Kevin Nijland has become an important member of the first team of the UNIS Flyers. The now 21 year old, player worked his way up and took part in the flyers youth programm and he made his debute three years ago in the first team. Kevin Nijland comes from a typical icehockey family. His father and uncle were played in the flyers team and his younger brother is currently playing icehockey in canada. We payed him a visit at his home in Oudehaske and followed him during the game against Geleen.
It goes very well with the youth of Be Quick 1887. The youth of the club is in fifth place. The list is headed by AFC from Amsterdam. Be Quick 1887 puts a lot of time and energy into the youth academy. By appointing good and vocational trainers, most youth teams are playing for many years at the highest level in the Netherlands. We take a look at Be Quick 1887 to get behind the success of the youth academy.
We met with skater Bram Smallenbroek while preparing for the World Cup distances “Langebaan” skating. The skate-Austrian who is originally from Lemmer and is pleased to participate at the World Single Distance Championships in his former home track Thialf. He tells about his life in Austria and how his skating career goes there. He was recently in the news because his car was robbed, but fortunately his skates were left behind.