Kim Lammers is an attacker in the Dutch national team. She has scored over 100 goals in international games, and is one of the best strikers in the world. She is born on 21 April 1981 in Amsterdam. Kim Lammers is half of a twin, her brother Rogier. She studies pedagogy and socialized in the direction of coaching and guiding people.
Current club: LMHC Laren and player in the Dutch hockey team
Club loyalty is very important to Kim Lammers. In the premier Dutch hockey class, she only played for Laren up until now. In the summer of 1999 she transferred from HC Huizen
Together with former international Sylvia Karres, Kim owns a business SportBoost. She gives presentations on the mental guidance of talented sportsmen and women on their way to the top. Kim Lammers keeps her audience interested with real stories relating to top sports and coaching.
SportBoost focuses on the personal guidance of young talents, ambitious sportsmen, coaches and teams by means of a custom process: a personal guidance process. In addition, SportBoost gives presentations and workshops about the mental processes of top sports – entirely tuned to the need of the target audience. As professionals within the (top)sport industry, Sylvia Karres and Kim Lammers are able to give guidance an accessible character like no other, by sharing their own sports experiences.
Own website: http://www.kimlammers.nl/
Entertainment Kim is often on TV such as in NOS Studio Sport and RTVH. Professional magazines: Helden, NuSport, Hockey.nl
Hobbies: Hockey and (wave)surfing.
Kim Lammers made her national team debut May 14th 2002 with a won exhibition game inBreda againstGermany (5-1). In this game, Lammers scored two goals. Top scorer of the Dutch premier class in the season 2006/2007. Kim is the striker of the team and is – of course – known as the penalty corner cannon. Today (May 2011) Kim has played 145 national games with the unbelievable goal count of 84.
- WC hockey2002 inPerth(Aus)
- EC hockey2003 inBarcelona(Spa)
- Champions Trophy2004 inRosario (Arg)
- GoldEuropeCup II with Laren in 2004
- EC hockey 2005 teDublin(Irl)
- Champions Trophy2005 inCanberra(Aus)
- WC hockey2006 inMadrid(Spa)
- Champions Trophy2007 inQuilmes(Arg)
- EC hockey2007 inManchester (GB)
- Champions Trophy2009 inSydney(Aus)
- EC hockey2009 inAmstelveen(Neth)
- Silver Champions Trophy 2010Nottingham(GB)
- Silver WC hockey 2010 te Rosario (Arg)