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Netherlands

  • Minsk 2019 Countries

The Netherlands was represented by 117 athletes at Baku 2015, winning eight gold, 12 silver and nine bronze medals.

The country ranked ninth in the final standings.

Taekwondo player Reshmie Oogink served as The Netherlands' flagbearer at the Opening Ceremony, while BMX cyclist Twan van Gendt, the silver medallist in the men's event, did so at the Closing Ceremony.

Three of the nation's gold medals were won in judo, while boxing, road cycling, artistic gymnastics, swimming and table tennis all produced one Dutch...


Latvia

  • Minsk 2019 Countries

Latvia was represented by 67 athletes at Baku 2015, winning one gold and one bronze medal.

The country ranked 31st in the standings.

Shooter Lauris Strautmanis served as Latvia's flagbearer at the Opening Ceremony, while BMX cyclist Sandra Aleksejeva did so at the Closing Ceremony.

Plavins Martins and Regza Haralds claimed the solitary gold medal by winning the men’s beach volleyball tournament.

Latvia borders Belarus and its capital Riga is due to co-host the 2021 Ice Hockey World Championships with Minsk.

Vladimir Morozov, head of...


Denmark

  • Minsk 2019 Countries

Denmark was represented by 65 athletes at Baku 2015, winning four gold, three silver and five bronze medals.

The country ranked 16th in the final standings.

Shooter Stine Nielsen served as Denmark's flagbearer at the Opening Ceremony, while badminton player Line Kjaersfeldt, the women's singles champion, did so at the Closing Ceremony.

Three of Denmark’s gold medals came in badminton with there also being triumphs for Mathias Boe and Carsten Mogensen in the men’s doubles and Sara Thygesen and Niclas Nohr in the...