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Written by Guido Jansen in
February 2001

Dit stond op dinsdag 13 februari 2001 in De Gelderlander: Tielenaar Guido Jansen keek met gemengde gevoelens terug op het NK. Met name zijn vijfde plaats op de 50 school viel Jansen wat tegen. Doordat hij voor het NK ziek was, zat er echter niet meer in. In de halve finale zwom hij nog 29.43, in de finale bleef de klok stilstaan op 29.58. Jansen haalde met zijn ploeg AZ&PC bij de senioren zilver op de 4x50 wissel. Naast zijn 5e plaats op de 50 school behaalde hij eenzelfde klassering op de 100 meter wisselslag in 59.31.

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