Bob Maas

Adrianus Lambertus Joseph "Bob" Maas (18 October 1907, Batavia, Dutch East Indies – 17 December 1996. Hilversum) was a sailor from the Netherlands, who represented his native country at the 1932 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles and took the Silver medal. In that same Olympics, Maas and his brother Jan Maas, competed in the Dutch Star Holland. In this series Maas took the 6th place. The Maas brothers took part at their own cost.

Bob Maas
Bob Maas en Mr. Stuttenheim in jachthaven, Bestanddeelnr 905-2185.jpg
Bob Maas (left) & Eddy Stutterheim
Personal information
Full nameAdrianus Lambertus Joseph Maas
Born(1907-10-18)18 October 1907
Batavia, Dutch East Indies
Died17 December 1996(1996-12-17) (aged 89)
Hilversum, Netherlands
Height1.73 m (5.7 ft)
Sailing career
Class(es)Snowbird, Star
Updated on 8 May 2015.

In 1936, with Willem de Vries Lentsch as crew, Maas took part in the Dutch Star BEM II and took the Bronze. During the 1948 Summer Olympics Bob Maas also took a Bronze medal in the Star. This time with Eddy Stutterheim as crew. His last Olympic appearance was in 1952 again with Eddy Stutterheim as crew. This time they finished 8th.

Bob Maas is the older brother of Jan Maas.