Liemarvin Bonevacia

Career Highlights

  • European Championships - Amsterdam 2016 - Bronze (400m)
  • European Indoor Championships - Belgrade 2017 - Bronze (400m)

Biography

Event(s): 400
Nationality: Holland
DOB: 05/04/1989

Liemarvin Bonevacia (born 5 April 1989) is a Dutch sprinter who was born in Willemstad, Curaçao.

He was one of four people to participate in the 2012 Summer Olympics as “Independent Olympic Athletes”. Bonevacia competed in the 400 m and was eliminated in the semifinals, when he injured his right hamstring and finished last.

He now represents the Netherlands. With his 44.72, achieved in the 2015 World Championships 400m heats, Bonevacia is the current Dutch record-holder. He competed for the Netherlands at the 2016 Olympics, in the 400m and the 4 x 100m. He reached the semifinals in the 400m. He won bronze at the 2016 European Athletics Championship and the 2017 European Indoor Championships.

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