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Daniel Dubreuil

Canada

SportSpeed Skating
FederationIDSSCAN13009199401
NOCCanada
Born30 Sep 1994 in  LÚvis
GenderMen
ResidenceLÚvis, QC, CAN
OccupationStudent
LanguagesEnglish, French
Higher educationSocial and Behavioral Science - College Francois-Xavier Garneau: Quebec, QC, CAN
Personal Bests
EventRecordDateLocation 
Personal Bests
  Event RecordDateLocation 
    500m 35.68 20 Oct 2017 Calgary  
    1000m 1:09.50 21 Oct 2017 Calgary  
    1500m 1:47.00 22 Oct 2017 Calgary  
    5000m 6:48.49 04 Jan 2013 Calgary  
Sport Specific Information
Sport Specific Information
Reason for choosing this sport"My parents were speed skaters and they wanted me to try the sport. Also, everybody needs to know how to skate in Canada because hockey is the national sport."  
Name of coachGregor Jelonek, CAN, from 2011  
When and where did you begin this sport?He first tried the sport at age four in Levis, QC, Canada.  
Club / TeamClub de Patinage de Vitesse de Levis: Canada  
General Interest
General Interest
NicknamesDanitch Dughost [a nickname from his training partners that is a combination of the sound of his name and his pale skin colour]. (Athlete, 04 Jan 2015)  
Sporting philosophy / motto"Guts and glory." (Athlete, 04 Jan 2015)  
Most influential person in careerHis brother Laurent Dubreuil. (Athlete, 04 Jan 2015)  
Hero / IdolUS golfer Tiger Woods. (Athlete, 04 Jan 2015)  
AmbitionsTo compete at the 2018 Olympic Winter Games in Pyeongchang. (Athlete, 04 Jan 2015)  
HobbiesWatching sport, watching documentaries, golf. (Athlete, 04 Jan 2015)  
InjuriesIn 2014 he had surgery on both hips. He was unable to skate for four months. (Athlete, 04 Jan 2015)

He had an operation on his shin in 2013 that required an eight-week recovery period. In the same year he broke his right collarbone and was out of action for another eight weeks. (Athlete, 04 Jan 2015)
 
Memorable sporting achievementFinishing ninth at the 2014 World Junior Championships in Berlin, Germany. (Athlete, 04 Jan 2015)  
Famous relativesHis mother Ariane Loignon competed in short track. She was part of the Canada team that won gold in the 3000m relay at the 1986 World Championships in Chamonix, France. His father Robert Dubreuil was also an international skater. He finished 14th in the 500m speed skating event at the 1992 Olympic Winter Games in Albertville, France. His brother Laurent has represented Canada in speed skating World Cup events, and his younger sister Annabelle is a skater at elite junior level. (SportsDeskOnline, 06 Jan 2015; Athlete, 04 Jan 2015; speedskating.ca, 21 Oct 2012)  
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