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Augustinus ("Guus") Wilhelmus Johannes Marines Vogels (born March 26, 1975 in Naaldwijk, South Holland) is a Dutch field hockey goalkeeper, who twice won Olympic gold medals with the national squad: at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta and four years later, at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney.
|Men's field hockey|
|Representing the Netherlands|
|2002 Kuala Lumpur||Team|
|2010 New Delhi||Team|
|2007 Kuala Lumpur||Team|
In 2004 he was the starter and won the silver medal with the Dutch team in Athens. Vogels made his debut in January 1996, at the Olympic Qualifier Tournament in Barcelona, in the match against Belgium: 8-4. He plays for HGC (H.O.C. Gazellen-Combinatie) in the Dutch League (Hoofdklasse). Vogels was named Best Goalkeeper at the 2004 Champions Trophy in Lahore, Pakistan. Also Vogels was named the best player in the Hockey World Cup 2010 held at New Delhi.
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