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|Netherlands at the Olympic Games|
|At the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens|
|Competitors||210 (134 men and 76 women) in 22 sports|
|Flag bearer||Mark Huizinga (opening)
Leontien van Moorsel (closing)
|Olympic history (summary)|
|Medals Per Day|
|Medals Per Sport|
|Gold||Leontien van Moorsel||Cycling||Women's road time trial|
|Gold||Anky van Grunsven||Equestrian||Individual dressage|
|Gold||Pieter van den Hoogenband||Swimming||Men's 100 m freestyle|
|Gold||Inge de Bruijn||Swimming||Women's 50 m freestyle|
|Silver||Mia Audina||Badminton||Women's singles|
|Silver||Theo Bos||Cycling||Men's sprint|
|Silver||Netherlands women's national field hockey team
|Field hockey||Women's competition|
|Silver||Edith Bosch||Judo||Women's 70 kg|
|Silver||Michiel Bartman, Chun Wei Cheung, Geert-Jan Derksen,
Gerritjan Eggenkamp, Jan-Willem Gabriëls, Daniël Mensch,
Diederik Simon, Matthijs Vellenga, Gijs Vermeulen
|Rowing||Men's coxed eight|
|Silver||Pieter van den Hoogenband||Swimming||Men's 200 m freestyle|
|Silver||Johan Kenkhuis, Pieter van den Hoogenband, Mark Veens,
Mitja Zastrow, Klaas-Erik Zwering
|Swimming||Men's 4 x 100 m freestyle relay|
|Silver||Inge de Bruijn||Swimming||Women's 100 m freestyle|
|Bronze||Bart Brentjens||Cycling||Men's cross-country|
|Bronze||Leontien van Moorsel||Cycling||Women's individual pursuit|
|Bronze||Mark Huizinga||Judo||Men's 90 kg|
|Bronze||Dennis van der Geest||Judo||Men's +100 kg|
|Bronze||Deborah Gravenstijn||Judo||Women's 57 kg|
|Bronze||Annemiek de Haan, Hurnet Dekkers, Nienke Hommes,
Sarah Siegelaar, Marlies Smulders, Helen Tanger,
Annemarieke van Rumpt, Froukje Wegman, Ester Workel
|Rowing||Women's coxed eight|
|Bronze||Kirsten van der Kolk, Marit van Eupen||Rowing||Women's lightweight double sculls|
|Bronze||Inge de Bruijn||Swimming||Women's 100 m butterfly|
|Bronze||Inge de Bruijn, Inge Dekker, Chantal Groot, Annabel Kosten, Marleen Veldhuis||Swimming||Women's 4 x 100 m freestyle relay|
Men's 110 metre hurdles:
Men's 800 metres:
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Men's 3000 metre steeplechase:
Men's 10000 metres:
Women's 10000 metres:
Men's 4x100 metre relay:
Women's 4x100 metre relay:
Men's pole vault:
Men's shot put:
Women's shot put:
The Dutch baseball team placed 6th in the preliminary round and did not advance to the semifinals.
Men's K1 slalom:
Men's road race:
Women's road race:
Men's time trial:
Women's time trial:
Men's individual pursuit:
Women's individual pursuit:
Men's team pursuit:
Men's individual sprint:
Women's individual sprint:
Men's team sprint:
Women's time trial:
Men's time trial:
Men's points race:
Women's points race:
Men's cross country:
Women's cross country:
Because only three horse and rider pairs from each nation could advance to the final rounds in the individual jumping event, Gerco Schröder received a final rank below all riders that did advance despite being placed more highly after the qualifying rounds.
Women's épée individual:
Men's: silver medal
Women's: silver medal
Men's 81 kg:
Men's 90 kg:
Men's 100 kg:
Men's 100+ kg:
Women's 57 kg:
Women's 70 kg:
Women's 78 kg:
In the Netherlands' second appearance at the Olympic triathlon, only two Dutch women competed. Veteran Wieke Hoogzaad matched her rank from four years earlier, despite a time that was three seconds slower.
Women's Individual Competition:
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