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Phil Duprey

Full name: Philip Michael "Phil" Duprey
Nickname(s): Bear
Gender: Male
Height: 5-10.5 (180 cm)
Weight: 201 lbs (91 kg)
Born: February 6, 1944 in Lake Placid, New York, United States
Country: USA United States
Sport: Bobsleigh

Biography

Phil Duprey was from Saranac Lake, attending Saranac Lake High School, where he captained the football and baseball team. He slid for many years, competing in three Winter Olympics. His biggest title was as part of the winning 4-man sled at the 1967 North American champonships. Duprey later worked a farm near Saranac Lake and worked some in construction. He was a consultant in the late 1980s to NASCAR driver Geoff Bodine who worked to build a better sled for American bobsledders, eventually coming up with the Bo-Dyn sled.

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1968 Winter 23 Grenoble Bobsleigh Men's Four United States-2 USA 10
1972 Winter 27 Sapporo Bobsleigh Men's Four United States-2 USA 14
1976 Winter 31 Innsbruck Bobsleigh Men's Four United States-2 USA 19

Men's Four

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Phase Unit
1968 Winter 23 Grenoble Bobsleigh United States-2 USA Final Standings
1968 Winter 23 Grenoble Bobsleigh United States-2 USA Run 1
1968 Winter 23 Grenoble Bobsleigh United States-2 USA Run 2
1972 Winter 27 Sapporo Bobsleigh United States-2 USA Final Standings
1972 Winter 27 Sapporo Bobsleigh United States-2 USA Run 1
1972 Winter 27 Sapporo Bobsleigh United States-2 USA Run 2
1972 Winter 27 Sapporo Bobsleigh United States-2 USA Run 3
1972 Winter 27 Sapporo Bobsleigh United States-2 USA Run 4
1976 Winter 31 Innsbruck Bobsleigh United States-2 USA Final Standings
1976 Winter 31 Innsbruck Bobsleigh United States-2 USA Run 1
1976 Winter 31 Innsbruck Bobsleigh United States-2 USA Run 2
1976 Winter 31 Innsbruck Bobsleigh United States-2 USA Run 3
1976 Winter 31 Innsbruck Bobsleigh United States-2 USA Run 4
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