Participants

Niki OUDENAARDEN

Niki OUDENAARDEN
    Athletics
Birth Date:  14 Jan 1994
Place of Birth:  ST. ALBERT
Country of birth:  CAN
Age:  24
Gender:   Female
Height (cm):  178
Weight (Kg):  69

Events and Medals


Sport Event Rank
ATH Athletics Women's Heptathlon 6

Niki OUDENAARDEN - Schedule


Schedule
Time Event Status
Thu, 12 Apr 10:05
Women's Heptathlon 100m Hurdles - Heat 1
Finished
Thu, 12 Apr 11:00
Women's Heptathlon High Jump
Finished
Thu, 12 Apr 19:20
Women's Heptathlon Shot Put
Finished
Thu, 12 Apr 21:05
Women's Heptathlon 200m - Heat 2
Finished
Fri, 13 Apr 10:30
Women's Heptathlon Long Jump
Finished
Fri, 13 Apr 12:25
Women's Heptathlon Javelin Throw
Finished
Fri, 13 Apr 20:05
Women's Heptathlon 800m - Heat 1
Finished

Biographical Information


Nickname: Niki (nikioudenaarden.com, Oct 2017)
Hobbies

Longboarding, beach volleyball and hiking (nikioudenaarden.com, Oct 2017)


Occupation: Athlete, student, coach at Dark Horse Athletic (teaching children with physical literacy. (Athlete, Oct 2017)
Education: Kinesiology at University of Calgary (nikioudenaarden.com, Oct 2017)
Coach

PERSONAL: Les GRAMANTIK (CAN) (Athlete, Oct 2017)


Sporting relatives

Sisters are speed skaters, one a reserve for the Pyeongchang 2018 Olympic Games. (Athlete, Oct 2017)


Injuries

Three surgeries: right knee in September 2012; left foot in August 2014 - had to remove nerve between third and fourth toe due to encapsulation of the nerve and a constant 'shocking' - and ankle reconstruction in July 2015. Took a full year of recovery and was close to retiring from track; could not run for six months. Also sustained a concussion in December 2015 after falling on the ice." (Athlete, Oct 2017)


Reason: "Took up this sport when I was nine. Being the youngest of four, we were constantly out being active. My two older sisters were involved in track and field and I would always chase them down on the track." (Athlete, Oct 2017)
Ambition: "Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games and to compete at Gotzis (combined events competition) against the best heptathletes in the world. From there the goal is to stay healthy and train for the Doha 2019 World Championships, then obviously the (Tokyo 2020) Olympic trials." (Athlete, Oct 2017)
Memorable: "The 2017 season was a year when I was healthy and competing well. Up until the 2017 World University Games in Taiwan, I had won every combined event I participated in." (Athlete, Oct 2017)
Hero: "My sister in speed skating, Jessica ZELINKA (CAN) in the heptathlon, Damian WARNER (CAN) in the decathlon, Les GRAMANTIK (CAN) as a coach, Linda BLADE (CAN) as a coach." (Athlete, Oct 2017)
Ritual: "Breathe and pray. I am a Christian athlete and know that I have a gift and a story to tell through my sport." (Athlete, Oct 2017)
Additional information

SUPPORT TEAM
"I continually remind those around me that even though I am the only one competing on the track, it is a team that has brought me to that place. It is Winsport and Canadian Sport Institute (CSI), my coaches since I was nine until now, family, massage therapists, sport psychologists and everyone else in my life that has helped me to become the girl and athlete I am today." (Athlete, Oct 2017)


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Legend

Gold: Gold
Silver: Silver
Bronze: Bronze
Gold Medal Event: Gold Medal Event
Bronze Medal Event: Bronze Medal Event

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