Who Is Arno Kamminga

Arno Kamminga is a competitive swimmer from Dutch. Born on 22 October 1995, Kamminga has been known for winning the silver for 100 and 200 meter breaststroke events during the 2020 Summer Olympics.

Back in 2017, he participated in the 2017 World Aquatics for the 50 meter breaststroke event.

International Career

2017 World Championships

The earliest known records for Arno Kamminga was back in 2017 when he competed in the 2017 World Championships. During the event, Kamminga participated in the 50 meter breaststroke event although unfortunately didn’t qualify for the semi-finals.

2019 World Championships

Two years later, he participated in the 2019 World Championships held in Gwangju, South Korea. This time, he competed in the 100 meter and 200 meter breaststroke events. During the 100 meter, he finished 13th in 59.49, while for the 200 meter, he qualified for the semi-finals. However, after competing with various skillful swimmers around the world, he finished in 10th with the time recorded at 2:08.48, setting a new Dutch record.

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2019 Short Course European Championships

During the event which held in Glasgow, UK, Kamminga successfully won multiple gold medals for the 100 and 200 meter breaststroke event. He also got another bronze for the 50 meter, and an additional silver during the 4×50 mixed relay.

From 2019 to 2020, Kamminga broke multiple Dutch records during the time he participated in the World Championships to the FINA Championships. In total, he broke 10 Dutch breaststroke records for various events.

2021 European Championships

This was the time when Kamminga got his very first European medal after winning the second position for the 200 meter breaststroke and 400 mixed medley relay. He finished second in 2:07.35, and his split time for the relay was 58.37.

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2020 Olympic Games

During the 2020 Olympic Games, Kamminga got the silver after finishing second during preliminaries. His time was 58.00. He also participated in the 200 meter breaststroke, and successfully won the silver again after finishing second in 2:07.01. His position was really close to the gold medalist, Zac Stubblety-Cook from Australia.

2022 World Champiomnships

Two years later, Kamminga competed in the 2022 World Championships, and again, he won the silver medal after winning the second position during the 100 meter breaststroke final by finishing in 58.62.

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