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Carl Van Duyne

Full name: Carl Van Duyne, III
Gender: Male
Height: 5-8 (173 cm)
Weight: 170 lbs (77 kg)
Born: May 30, 1946 in Newark, New Jersey, United States
Died: December 28, 1983
Affiliations: Princeton Tigers, Princeton (USA)
Country: USA United States
Sport: Sailing

Biography

Carl Van Duyne raced the Finn Class for the United States at the 1967 and 1971 Pan American Games and the 1968 Olympics, winning silver medals at both Pan Ams. A student at Princeton, Van Duyne won the US Intercollegiate Single-Handed Championships. He later designed the first mini-Laser boat. Van Duyne represented the Mantoloking Yacht Club in New Jersey. He represented sailing on the Athlete's Advisory Council of the US Olympic Committee and on the President's Council of Sports, and was also vice president of the International Finn Association. Van Duyne is a member of the Barnegat Bay Sailing Hall of Fame. He died quite young from cancer.

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1968 Summer 22 Ciudad de México Sailing Mixed One Person Dinghy United States USA 14

Mixed One Person Dinghy

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank NP TP PTS
1968 Summer 22 Ciudad de México Sailing United States Final Standings 14 117.7 159.7
1968 Summer 22 Ciudad de México Sailing United States Race One AC DNF 42.0
1968 Summer 22 Ciudad de México Sailing United States Race Two AC DQ 42.0
1968 Summer 22 Ciudad de México Sailing United States Race Three 11 17.0
1968 Summer 22 Ciudad de México Sailing United States Race Four 3 5.7
1968 Summer 22 Ciudad de México Sailing United States Race Five 10 16.0
1968 Summer 22 Ciudad de México Sailing United States Race Six 14 20.0
1968 Summer 22 Ciudad de México Sailing United States Race Seven 11 17.0
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