Dutch road cyclist
|Born||1932 or 1933|
Wilma van der Wal (born 1932 or 1933) is a Dutch former road and track cyclist from Amsterdam. She was a women's cycling pioneer as one of the first women's road bicycle racers of the Netherlands, together with Corrie Lenior.
She competed at the 1958 UCI Road World Championships, the first World Championships were women competed, in the women's road race event. She didn't compete on behalf of the KNWU, but with an international license. She also competed at the 1958 UCI Track Cycling World Championships.
- "Wilma van der Wal, geen toerritten maar echte wedstrijden" (in Dutch). Het Parool – via Delpher.
- "Elsy Jacobs eerste wereldkampioene op de weg" (in Dutch). Nieuwe Tilburgsche courant – via Delpher.
- Ineke van IJken won in 1965 het eerste NK wielrennen voor vrouwen, sportgeschiedenis.nl (in Dutch)