Nadine Visser took gold at the NK indoor athletics in Apeldoorn for the sixth year in a row on the 60 meter hurdles. Lisanne de Witte extended her Dutch title in the 200 meters.
The 25-year-old Visser, the reigning European champion on the 60 meter hurdles, raced in Omnisport Apeldoorn to a time of 8.06 seconds. This kept her more than two tenths above her Dutch record (7.83).
Zoë Sedney walked to silver in 8.18, while Anouk Vetter (8.46) was more good for bronze.
De Witte normally focuses on the 400 meters, but the 27-year-old South Holland made a successful trip to the 200 meters at NK indoor, just like last year. With a time of 23.86, she just beat Kadene Vassell (23.91).
Dafne Schippers, outdoor double world champion in the 200 meters, skips the entire indoor season and did not participate in the NK.
Lisanne de Witte (left) narrowly wins the 200 meter. (Photo: Pro Shots)