UG student Martijn van Oosten has won two silver medals for speed skating at the Winter Universiade in Almaty. Just a day after coming in second in the 1500 meters race, the 24-year old economics student was able to pocket a second silver medal, for the 1000 meters race. Van Oosten finished in 1:10,12. Minkyu Cha (Korea) won gold, finishing in 1:09.56, while Ryu Kosaka (Japan) won bronze (1:10.58).
Van Oosten had already won a silver medal on Thursday, when he finished at 1:49.53 in the 1500 meters race. Only Kirill Golubev (Russia) was faster, with a time of 1:49.30. The Japanese Junya Miwa skated to the bronze medal in 1:49.61. Van Oosten combines his studies at the Faculty of Economics and Business with high-level sports for Team Platina.
> More news from the Faculty of Economics and Business
> FEB experts in the media
Co-creation and interdisciplinarity are two themes that have long taken centre stage in the work of Iris Vis, who was recently appointed Captain of Science of the Top Sector Logistics. We met up with her to talk about this role in the perfect spot:...
Blood donation services should inform donors about the use of their last donation in order to increase future donations. A new study by Edlira Shehu (Professor of Digital Marketing, University of Groningen) in collaboration with Besarta Veseli and...
The Deans' Consultation Economics & Business (DEB) presented its Impact Agenda on 12 October during the Impact Forum 2023. Through this agenda, the faculties want to strengthen their societal impact and actually initiate, guide and supervise...
The UG website uses functional and anonymous analytics cookies. Please answer the question of whether you want to accept
or reject other cookies (such as tracking cookies).
If no choice is made, only basic cookies will be stored. More information