Rudie Lubbers

Netherlands

Boxing

B: August 17, 1945

Dutch Heavyweight Champion

Lubbers won eight Dutch amatuer championships, six in the light heavyweight division and two at heavyweight. He boxed at the 1964 Olympics as a light heavyweight, losing his first bout to Cosimo Pinto of Italy. Lubbers returned to the Olympics in 1968, winning his first bout over Talaat Dahshan of Egypt before losing a 3-2 decision to the home town favorite Joaquin Rocha in the quarterfinals. As a professional, he was the Dutch Heavyweight champion from 1971 until his 1981 retirement. Lubbers lost a 1973 twelve round decision to Muhammad Ali. In 1986, he was arrested for smuggling drugs into Portugal and spent four years in prison.


SUPERSTARS RECORD
EVENT

PLACE

POINTS

MONEY

EVENT WINS
1975 Dutch

9

7

N/A

None
TOTALS  

7

0

PERSONAL BESTS
Swimming - 50 Meters

47.5e

1975 Dutch
Tennis

4th

1975 Dutch
Gym Test - Parallel Bar Dips

18

1975 Dutch
Soccer Penalties (out of 5)
3
1975 Dutch
Kayaking - 150 Meters

1:29.35

1975 Dutch
100 Meter Dash
13.4e
1975 Dutch
Long Jump

5.00

1975 Dutch
Points Scored (8 of 10 events)

7

1975 Dutch




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