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Maurits Bourgon Crucq (born February 10, 1968 in Voorburg, South Holland) is a former field hockey defender from the Netherlands, who played 132 international matches for the Men's National Team, in which he scored eleven goals. A player from HC Klein Zwitserland, Crucq twice won an Olympic medal: bronze in 1988 and gold in 1996.

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  • Maurits Bourgon Crucq (born February 10, 1968 in Voorburg, South Holland) is a former field hockey defender from the Netherlands, who played 132 international matches for the Men's National Team, in which he scored eleven goals. A player from HC Klein Zwitserland, Crucq twice won an Olympic medal: bronze in 1988 and gold in 1996.
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