Jan Boutmy

Nòmber                 : Jan Adolf Boutmy

Fecha Nasementu   : 10 desèmber 1930

Lugá                     : Ulanda

Deporte                : Esgrima

A drenta salon di fama na 1995

Tabata na aña 1946 ku Jan a kuminsá dediká su mes ku seriedat na e ramo di deporte di esgrima . Su promé representashon pa Kòrsou tabata na aña 1948 na Aruba.
Na 1949 den un torneo na Guatemala, Jan a gana su promé Medaya di Oro den kompetensha di Sabel. Den e Weganan Sentro Amerikano i di Karibe di 1970, Jan a gana un total di 8 Medaya (4 Oro i 1 Plata i 3 bròns). Riba tereno nashonal Jan a gana 22 titulo den añanan 1951 pa 1974.

Komo esgrimista Jan a kompetí den e siguiente paisnan: Cuba; Guatemala; Venezuela; Mexico; U.S.A; Brasil;Colombia; Canada;Puerto Rico; Japon; Fransia; Jamaica; i Panamá.

Riba nivel atministrativo Jan tabata kofundador di De Musketiers na Kòrsou i Beau Geste na Aruba na 1950 . Na aña 1969 Jan tabata kofundador di Curacaose Scherm Bond i Arubaanse Scherm Bond i a fungi komo Presidente di Curaçaose Scherm Bond durante añanan 1985 i 1986.
Jan a okupá e puesto di Presidente di Nederlands Antilliaanse Scherm Bond for di 1978 te ku 1986. Tambe e tabata Vise-Presidente di Union de Esgrima Centro Americano i del Caribe for di 1983 te ku 1991.
Jan a bira Rèfri Internashonal den e Weganan Pan-Amerikano ku a tuma lugá na Chicago na aña 1959. Den su kalidat di Rèfri, Jan a bishita e.o: U.S.A.; Venezuela; Puerto Rico; Mexico; Colombia; Alemania,; Ulanda i Guadaloupe.
Jan a keda inkorporá den Direkshon Tékniko di Weganan Regional i Mundial for di 1972 te ku 1991. Jan a fungi komo Ofishal di e Weganan Pan-Amerikano na Mexico; na San Juan- Puerto Rico; na Caracas-Venezuela; na Indianapolis -U.S.A i na Habana- Cuba. Tambe Jan a fungi komo Ofishal den e Weganan Olímpiko di Munchen i di Los Angeles. Na 1993 Jan a keda eligí komo DEPORTISTA DI AÑA di Kòrsou.

Kada 4 aña e weganan ta kai bou di IOC

* Weganan Bolivariano
* Weganan Centro Amerika
* weganan Panamerikano
* Weganan Olimpiko

* Kampeonatonan ta kai bou di Federashon Lokal i
Intenrashonal esaki ta tuma lugá tur aña.

Jan Boutmy a diferente weganan internashonal

Bolivariano Games:

1973 Panama ,Panama – Representá FIE (International
Fencing Federation).
1989 Maracaibo, Venezuela – Direktor Tékniko

Weganan Na Sentro Amerikano
VIII     1959 Caracas, Venezuela               Competitor
IX       1962 Kingston,Jamaica                 Competitor
X        1966 San Juan, Puerto                  Competitor
XI       1970 Panama,Panama                   Competitor
XII      1974 Mexico,Mexico                     President of the Jury
XIII     1978 Medellin, Colombia               President of The Jury
XIV     1982 Havana, Cuba                     D.T. (Directory Technique)
XV      1986 Havana, Cuba                       D.T. (for the first timethe venue was
                                                                shared
(Dominican Republic)                              The fencing event tookplace in Cuba.
XVIII   1998 Maracaibo,Venezuela         – President of the Jury
XXI     2010 Mayaquez, Puerto Rico      – Member of Pan AmericanOlympians


Pan American Games

II        1969 Chicago,U.S.A.                   Competitor
IV       1963 Sao Paulo, Brasil                  Competitor
V       1967 Winnipeg, Canada              – Competitor
VI       1971 Cali, Columbia                    Competitor
VII      1975 Mexico,Mexico                    President of the Jury
VII      1979 San Juan Puerto Rico            President of the Jury
IX       1983 Caracas,Venezuela               President of the Jury
X        1987 Indianapolis, U.S.A               President of the Jury
XI       1991 Havana, Cuba                     President of the Jury
XIV     2001 Dominican,Republic             Formation of the Olympians Associations N.A.

Olympic Games:

XVII 1964 Tokyo,Japan – Competitor
XIX 1968 Mexico,Mexico – Competitor
XX 1972 Munich, Germany – President of the Jury
XXIII 1984 Los Angeles,U.S.A – President of the Jury
XXIV 1988 Seoul, South Korea – Fencing Coach for Aruba
XXV 1992 Barcelona.Spain – Invited Guest
XXVI 1996 Atlanta U.S.A – Director Fencing Info Desk
XXVIII 2004 Athens, Greece – Official
XXIX 2008 Beijing, China – Official
XXX 2012 London Great Britain ??

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

English version

 

In the year 1946, Jan Boutmy began dedicating himself seriously to the sport of fencing. His first representation for Curaçao was in 1948 in Aruba. In 1949, during a tournament in Guatemala, Jan won his first Gold Medal in the Sabre competition. In the Central American and Caribbean Games of 1970, Jan earned a total of 8 medals (4 Gold, 1 Silver, and 3 Bronze). On the national level, Jan secured 22 titles from 1951 to 1974.

 

As a fencer, Jan competed in various countries, including Cuba, Guatemala, Venezuela, Mexico, U.S.A, Brazil, Colombia, Canada, Puerto Rico, Japan, France, Jamaica, and Panama.

 

On the administrative side, Jan co-founded “De Musketiers” in Curaçao and “Beau Geste” in Aruba in 1950. In 1969, he co-founded the Curaçaose Scherm Bond and Arubaanse Scherm Bond, serving as President of the Curaçaose Scherm Bond from 1985 to 1986. From 1978 to 1986, Jan held the position of President of the Nederlands Antilliaanse Scherm Bond. Additionally, he was the Vice-President of the Union de Esgrima Centro Americano y del Caribe from 1983 to 1991.

 

Jan became an International Referee in the Pan-American Games held in Chicago in 1959, officiating in various countries, including the U.S.A, Venezuela, Puerto Rico, Mexico, Colombia, Germany, the Netherlands, and Guadeloupe.

 

From 1972 to 1991, Jan was incorporated into the Technical Direction of Regional and World Games. He served as an official in the Pan-American Games in Mexico, San Juan (Puerto Rico), Caracas (Venezuela), Indianapolis (U.S.A), and Havana (Cuba). Jan also served as an official in the Olympic Games in Munich and Los Angeles.

 

In 1993, Jan was chosen as the Athlete of the Year in Curaçao. He participated in various international games, including the Bolivarian Games, Central American Games, Pan American Games, Olympic Games, and local and international championships.

 

Jan Boutmy’s involvement in different international events includes roles as a competitor, President of the Jury, Technical Director, Fencing Coach, and Official.