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Gerco Schröder

Gerco Bernardus ("Gerco") Schröder (born July 28, 1978 in Tubbergen) is a Dutch show jumping equestrian.

Gerco Schröder represented the Netherlands at the 2004 Summer Olympics where he took part in the individual jumping competition and the show jumping team event alongside Wim Schröder, Leopold van Asten and Gert-Jan Bruggink. As an individual driving on his horse 'Monaco', Schröder was eliminated in the qualification round, ending up on the 48th position. He was 21st after the first qualification round, but 8 penalty points in his second round eliminated him. With the Dutch show jumping team he finished fourth with a total of 24 penalty points.

In 2006 Schröder won team gold alongside Jeroen Dubbeldam, Piet Raijmakers and Albert Zoer at the World Equestrian Games in Aachen.[1]

In 2010 he won the Dutch national championship.[2]

His older brothers Ben Schröder and Wim Schröder[3] are also Dutch equestrians (show jumping).

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