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Dan Walsh

Dan Walsh

  • Sport: Olympic Rowing
  • Nation: United States of America
  • Team: Men's Eight
  • Hometown: Norwalk, Conn.
  • Current Residence: Princeton, N.J.
  • Club Affiliations: USRowing Training Center/Gentle Giant Rowing Club
  • Began Rowing: Norwalk River Rowing Club, 1991
  • DOB: May 31, 1979
  • Height: 6-foot-7
  • Weight: 220 pounds
  • High School: Brien McMahon High School
  • College: Northeastern University, 2002
  • Current Coach: Mike Teti
  • International Results: Finished fourth in the eight at the 2007 FISA World Championships. ... Won bronze in the eight at the 2006 FISA World Championships. ... Finished ninth in the quadruple sculls at the 2005 FISA World Championships. ... Served as an alternate on the 2004 Olympic team. ... Finished seventh in the four at the 2003 FISA World Championships. ... Finished sixth in the four at the 2003 FISA World Cup stop in Milan, Italy. ... Finished 14th in the pair at the 2002 FISA World Championships. ... Finished sixth in the four with coxswain at the 2001 FISA World Championships. ... Finished seventh in the pair with coxswain at the 1997 FISA Junior World Championships.
  • National Results: Won gold in the eight and four at the 2007 US Rowing National Championships. ... Won the championship eight at the 2006 Head of the Charles. ... Won the eight at the 2004 and 2005 Milwaukee River Challenge. ... Finished second in the pair at the 2004 Olympic Trials. ... Won the championship eight at the 2003 Head of the Charles. ... Won the pair at the 2002 US Rowing National Championships and 2002 U.S. National Team Trials. ... Finished third in the varsity eight at the 2001 Eastern Sprints.
  • Personal: An eight-time senior national team member and first-time Olympian.
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