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Athletic History

I started playing competitive hockey when I was 6 years old and competitive baseball at 7 years old. I have competed in a wide variety of sports such as hockey, baseball, football, tennis, squash and road races (5km, 10km {2 sub 40 min races} and marathons) and a sprint triathlon once.

Hockey

I played competitive hockey from the age of 6 until I was 19 years old. I won a few most valuable player trophies along the way (pee-wee, minor bantam, bantam) and cocaptained the Ottawa 67s Junior B Hockey Club in my last year of competitive hockey.

Football

I played football from the age of 11 until I was 22 years old. After playing minor and high school football (St. Pius X), I captained the University of Ottawa football team (1976-1979) and then was drafted by the Ottawa Roughriders in the Canadian Football League in 1979. Later on I played some recreational touch football in Regina and St. John’s and played in the national championships a few times.

Baseball

I played baseball from the age of 7 years until I was 17 years old accumulating a few MVP trophies along the way (little league, senior little league).

Squash

I started playing squash when I was 26 years old.

2001: World Championships over 40 category: 7th place

1999-2001: Newfoundland Open Champion

1998-99 Ranked # 2 in Newfoundland

1995-98 Ranked # 1 in Newfoundland (ranked top 50 in Canada)

1997 Ranked # 5 in Canada for over 40

1994 Ranked # 9 in Quebec

1990-95 Playing coach of McGill University squash team

1991-93 Most Valuable Player McGill University Squash team

1988/89 Most Valuable Player McMaster University Squash team

1987 Ranked in top 5 of Saskatchewan

Tennis

I started playing tennis regularly when I was 22 years old.

2007 Newfoundland Open finalist

2006 Newfoundland Open Doubles Champion

1998-2006 Ranked # 1 over 35 years old player in Newfoundland

1997 Greenbelt Club Champion Singles

1995 Riverdale Open Champion: Singles and Doubles: St. John's Newfoundland

1987 Saskatoon Open Champion: Singles and Doubles: Saskatoon Sask.

1986-87 Lakeshore Club Champion: Doubles: Regina Saskatchewan

1985-88 Ranked in top 5 in Saskatchewan

1983-85 Ranked in top 15 in Nova Scotia

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