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Bas Drijver

Bas-Drijver

Bas Drijver has been successful with Sjoert Brink since they were young, winning several national and international tournaments, including the IOC Grand Prix Junior Teams in Salt Lake City in 2002. Bas debuted on the national team [playing with Maarten Schollaardt, winning silver during the 2004 Olympiad. Thereafter he rekindled his partnership with Sjoert Brink, finishing third at the Open European Championships and at the Bermuda Bowl in 2007. He has been part of the national team since 2004, and his greatest successes include winning the European Champions Cup in 2010 and winning the Open European Championships in 2009.

Bas is an in-house counsel attorney two days a week and otherwise a professional bridge player.He also likes playing tennis and is married with two children.

  • BBO Name : BasDr
  • Residence : Capelle aan den Ijseel, Holland
  • Date of Birth : April 2nd, 1980
  • Favorite Convention : Transfers in Competition
  • Regular Partner : Sjoert Brink
  • Year Place Event
    2011 2 Jacoby Open Swiss
    2010 1 9th European Champions' Cup (Open Teams)
    2010 2 Kaplan Blue Ribbon Pairs
    2009 3 4th European Open Championships (Open Pairs)
    2009 1 4th European Open Championships (Open Teams)
    2009 5 39th World Team Championships (Open Teams)
    2007 3 38th World Team Championships (Open Teams)
    2007 3 3rd European Open Championships (Open Teams)
    2006 2 5th European Champions' Cup (Open Teams)
    2005 5 4th European Champions' Cup (Open Teams)
    2004 2 12th World Team Olympiad (Open Teams)
    2002 2 11th World Championships (Junior IMP Pairs)
    2002 1 4th Ioc Grand Prix (Junior Teams)
    2001 2 4th World Junior Pairs Championship (Junior Pairs)
    2000 4 1st World University Team Championship (University Teams)
    2000 2 17th European Youth Team Championships (Junior Teams)
    1998 2 16th European Youth Team Championships (Schools Teams)

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