• Piet van Gammeren

    Piet van Gammeren is a Dutch mixed martial artist. He competed in the Heavyweight division.

  • Piet van der Walt

    Piet Jacobus van der Walt (born 14 January 1966 in Okahandja) is a Namibian businessperson and politician who has been the Deputy Minister of National Planning since 2018.

  • Piet van Stuivenberg

    Pieter Antonie (Piet or Pieter) van Stuivenberg (January 10, 1901 - December 16, 1988) was a Dutch artist, who was active as sculptor, painter, lithographer, and graphic artist.

  • Piet van der Lans

    Piet van der Lans

    Petrus Johannes Marinus "Piet" van der Lans (born 10 September 1940) is a retired Dutch track cyclist. He competed at the 1960 Summer Olympics in the 4 km team pursuit and finished in fifth place.

  • Piet Van Waeyenberge

    Piet Paul August, Baron Van Waeyenberge (born Ghent, 27 October 1938) is a Belgian businessman. He is a son of Camille Van Waeyenberge and a brother of Jozef Van Waeyenberge. He was one of the founders, and is currently president, of business club De Warande. He is married to Wina Proesmans and together they have 3 children.

  • Piet van Heerden

    Piet van Heerden (1924 – 1996), was a Dutch sculptor and painter.

  • Piet van der Horst

    Petrus "Piet" Michaelis van der Horst (25 October 1903 – 18 February 1983) was a Dutch racing cyclist who competed in the 1928 Summer Olympics. He won the silver medal as part of the Dutch pursuit team.

  • Piet van Klaveren

    Pieter ("Piet") van Klaveren (born 1 September 1930 in Rotterdam, South Holland, died 28 April 2008) was a boxer from the Netherlands, who competed for his native country at the 1952 Summer Olympics in Helsinki, Finland. There he was stopped in the quarterfinals of the Men's Light Welterweight (-63.5 kg) division by Terence Milligan of Ireland. He is the younger brother of Bep van Klaveren, Olympic boxing champion in 1928.

  • Piet van der Touw

    Piet van der Touw

    Pieter Carel Cornelis "Piet" van der Touw (born 29 November 1940) is a retired Dutch cyclist. He competed at the 1960 and 1964 Summer Olympics in five events in total. He finished in fourth place three times: twice in the 1000 m time trial (1960 and 1964) and once in the 2000 m tandem sprint. Nationally, he finished third in the sprint in 1966, 1976 and 1977. He was also an accomplished road cyclist and in 1965 won a six-day road race in Melbourne.

  • Piet van Zyl (rugby player born 1989)

    Petrus Erasmus van Zyl (born 14 September 1989) is a South African rugby union footballer who plays as a scrum-half for Stade Français Paris rugby.

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