Morrison adds 4th Olympic Medal to his resume
Morrison wins individual Silver in the 1.000m and Bronze in the 1.500m at Sochi 2014 Olympics
Denny Morrison (27) is a longtrack ice speedskater from Fort St. John, British Colombia- Canada.
He has been working on fullfilling his ultimate goal:
Win gold at the Winter Olympics 2010 in Vancouver.
With a silver medal from the Team Pursuit from the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy- Denny Morrison started his long road to Vancouver 4 years ago.
The past four years, Morrison became a regular feature on the podium in the 1.000m aswel as the 1.500. After several victories in the 1.000m in the World Cup cirquit, he became the 2008 & 2012 World Champion and World Record holder in the 1.500 meters.
But the past years, Denny Morrison has also raced the Team Pursuit, the World Sprint Championships
aswel as the World Allround Championships.
During the 2010 Olympics in Canada, Denny competed in the 5.000m (18th), 1.000m (13th) and 1.500m (9th).
Together with Lucas Makowsky and Mathieu Giroux, Denny Morrison raced to two new Olympic Records in the first rounds of the Team Pursuit. They raced against team USA in the final and claimed the gold.
After an injury in 2012 and some bad results in the world cup, Denny went into the Sochi 2014 as the underdog. In the 1.000m his teammate Gilmore Junio gave up his spot and Denny skated to his first individual Olympic medal. He took the silver in the 1.000m event. Three days later he added a bronze in the 1.500m. The Team Pursuit is still to come. Together with Lukas Makowsky and Mathieu Giroux he will try to defend their title.
This website is made as dedication to Denny Morrison and to support him in his Speedskating career.
The aim of this website is to follow his performance by combining:
results, pictures and news on 1 webpage.