He was born in Moncton, New Brunswick.
Winner of the World Championship in 1926;
Won every race in which he competed in 1926, including the NB, Maritime, Canadian, and World Championship titles;
Winner of Canadian champion in 1926, ’27 and ’28;
Winner of the City Championship of Moncton in 1922 and ’43;
Won NB titles in 1922 (12 and under); 1926 (16 and under); 1930, ’33 (Seniors);
Winner of the Maritime Speed Skating title in 1925, ’26 and ’43;
Won the NB and Quebec titles in 1930;
Inducted into the New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame in 1973.
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