Athlete Profile - Carlijn SCHOUTENS

Carlijn SCHOUTENS
Birth Date:  12 Dec 1994
Age:  23
Gender:   Female
Height (cm):  175
Weight (Kg):  69

Carlijn SCHOUTENS - Schedule

Schedule
Start Time Event Status
Sat, 10 Feb 20:00
Ladies' 3,000m
Finished
Fri, 16 Feb 20:00
Ladies' 5,000m
Finished
Mon, 19 Feb 20:00
Ladies' Team Pursuit Quarterfinals
Finished
Wed, 21 Feb 20:00
Ladies' Team Pursuit Semifinal 1
Netherlands
3:00.41
United States of America
3:07.28
Finished
Wed, 21 Feb 21:52
Ladies' Team Pursuit Final B
United States of America
2:59.27
Canada
2:59.72
Finished

Biographical Information

Highlights

World Allround Championships

YearLocationSmall Combination
2017 Hamar, NOR 22nd (125.454)


World Cup Rankings overview - All rankings from 2014/2015, top three for earlier seasons

Year3,000/5,000mMS 16 laps
2017/2018 16 -
2014/2015 - 31


World Cup overview - Best rank per season and event since 2014/2015

Year3,000m5,000mMS 16 lapsTeam Pursuit
2017/2018 1 x 14th 1 x 11th - 1 x 7th
2014/2015 - - 1 x 18th -


World Cup - Ten best performances in current season

RankYearEventLocationResult
7 2017/2018 Team Pursuit Heerenveen, NED 3:04.01
8 2017/2018 Team Pursuit Salt Lake City, UT, USA 3:01.87
8 2017/2018 Team Pursuit Calgary, AB, CAN 3:02.16
11 2017/2018 5,000m Stavanger, NOR 7:11.45
14 2017/2018 3,000m Salt Lake City, UT, USA 4:05.54
15 2017/2018 3,000m Calgary, AB, CAN 4:09.01



Legend
MS - Mass Start, TSP - Team Sprint, MC - Mini Combination, DNF - Did Not Finish, DNS - Did Not Start, DSQ - Disqualified

Hobbies Playing games, playing the violin. (teamusa.org, 14 Jan 2015)
Occupation Athlete, Student
Education Medicine - Vrije University Amsterdam, Netherlands
Languages spoken Dutch, English, German
Coach Tom Cushman [national], USA (Athlete, 10 Nov 2017)
Injuries She suffered a severe concussion in 2015 following a fall in training. The injury meant she was sidelined throughout the whole of the 2015/16 season. (Athlete, 10 Nov 2017)
National team 2014 (schaatsen.nl, 06 Dec 2014)
Start She began skating at age five at the Jaap Edenbaan ice rink in Amsterdam, Netherlands. (Athlete, 10 Nov 2017)
Reason "I followed my sister, who is two years older than me, and seemed to be having a lot of fun with it." (Athlete, 27 Jan 2017)
Ambition To compete at the Olympic Winter Games, and to become a doctor after her skating career has finished. (deduplomaat.nl, 21 Apr 2015; teamusa.org, 14 Jan 2015)
Memorable Achievement Becoming US champion for the first time, and being selected for her first World Cup event. (Athlete, 10 Nov 2017)
Hero Dutch speed skater Yvonne Van Gennip, US speed skaters Eric Heiden and Shani Davis. (Athlete, 10 Nov 2017, 27 Jan 2017)
Influence All her coaches. (Athlete, 27 Jan 2017)
Philosophy "Work hard and smart." (Athlete, 27 Jan 2017)
Additional information General
NATIONALITY
She was born in the United States of America to Dutch parents. Her family moved to the Netherlands at age six, and she competed for the Dutch team at junior level. At the end of the 2013/14 season she took advantage of her dual nationality and began competing for the United States of America. The competition for places in the Dutch team was one of the main motivating factors in her decision to switch nations. "It's fun. I'm so glad I did it." (schaatsen.nl, 06 Dec 2014)

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Legend

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: Gold
: Silver
: Bronze
: Gold Medal Event
: Bronze Medal Event
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