David Duncan (ski cross)

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David Duncan
Personal information
Full name David Duncan
Nationality Canadian
Born (1982-07-15) July 15, 1982 (age 31)
London, Ontario
Residence London, Ontario[1]
Sport
Country  Canada
Sport Ski Cross
Team Canadian Ski Cross Team

David Duncan (born July 15, 1982 in London, Ontario) is a World Cup freestyle skier. Duncan is currentlya member of the Canadian National Ski Cross Team.[2]

Duncan had a successful and breakout season during the 2009–10 Freestyle Skiing World Cup. Duncan earned his first career World Cup top ten finish, placing 9th at the World Cup in Branaes, Sweden.[3] David Duncan needed to finish 5th or better at the January 24, Lake Placid ski-cross event to qualify for the Olympics. In the final Duncan won bronze thereby qualifying him for the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver.[4] Alongside his bronze at Lake Placid Duncan also won a bronze medal in St. Johann in Tirol/Oberndorf, Austria on January 5.[5] Dave is currently ranked 7th in the Freestyle World Cup Overall standings.[6]

Besides being a freestyle skier David Duncan is an aspiring helicopter pilot, Duncan also graduated from the University of Alaska after four years of schooling.[7] He is sponsored by Atomic, Scott, Kicking Horse and Whistler Water.

During a training run at the 2010 Winter Olympics, Dave broke his collarbone and therefore will not be able to compete. Taking his place was supposed to be Brady Leman of Calgary, Alberta.[8] However, Leman aggravated a broken tibia he suffered last year and will also no longer compete. Replacing both of them was Davey Barr of Brackendale, British Columbia.[9]

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