Bram Evers

Bram Evers

Brand "Bram" Evers (July 16, 1886October 7, 1952) was a Dutch athlete, who competed at the 1908 Summer Olympics in London.

He was born in Arnhem, the city where he also died.

In the 400 metres competition, Evers placed third in his preliminary heat and did not advance to the semifinals. He did not finish his initial semifinal heat of the 800 metres event, not advancing to the final in that event. He was also a member of the Dutch relay team which was eliminated in the first round of the medley relay competition.

In the pole vault event he finished 15th. He also participated in the long jump event and in the standing long jump competition but for both contests his results are unknown.

In 1922 he was the interim-coach of Dutch football (soccer) club Vitesse Arnhem for a short while.

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