Frank Duffy (curler)

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Frank Duffy (27 August 1959 – 16 December 2010) was a Scottish wheelchair curler. He was the skip of the silver-medal winning British team at the 2006 Winter Paralympics.[1] He began curling at age 12 and developed paraplegia due to an accident at 35.[2] His career highlights include sharing Gold at the 2004 and 2005 WCF World Championships.[3] Duffy was found dead in his burnt out motor on 16 December 2010, in an apparent suicide.[4][5]

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IPC logo (2004).svg Paralympic Games
Finish Event Year Place
Silver Wheelchair curling 2006 Torino  Italy
Curling pictogram.svg Wheelchair curling World Championships
Finish Event Year Place
Bronze Wheelchair curling 2002 Sursee   Switzerland
Gold Wheelchair curling 2004 Sursee   Switzerland
Gold Wheelchair curling 2005 Glasgow  Scotland

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