Annette van Trigt has never Studio Sport ‘with a plate on my lap’ look
Annette van Trigt (60) was eighteen years of age anchor for Studio Sport, but the sports program on Sunday evening, never in the traditional way ‘with the plate on my lap”.
“At home it was fast food, wash dishes and then “Studio Sport”, says Van Trigt in an interview in The local newspaper.
Especially her mother is a member sportkijker. “My mother was incredibly fanatical. Actually still. If I now call, she says: ‘That He, man, man, man. I worse me death.” That has to do with the glory days of Ajax. In her time, they won everything there is to win fell. My father looked so bad, but she was really involved in kicking and screaming on the bank.”
Van Trigt was in the eighties and nineties, working for Studio Sport, but her love for the radio appeared to be stronger: “There could I have more of my own stamp, and you have tv people, who, let me diplomatically say – more for themselves than for the product. Good to me between the mastodons to go and their fights to see.”
In conversation with the newspaper says Van Trigt that she, as a woman, has pioneered.
“I was the first female journalist to receive accreditation for the Tour de France. I remember that Bernard Hinault along the persauto was driven, to the inside looked and some of his bike fell. In interviews I was often looked at with a look of what does the well do? That was also an advantage: they saw me as an innocent girl.”