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RICHARD DOEY

Position: Rowing
Birth Date: 27/12/1956
From: Chatham, Ontario
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Brock's Oarsman of the Year 

 

Category - Modern Athlete

Richard Doey of Chatham participated in volleyball, football, and basketball while at Chatham Collegiate; took up rowing while at university, and went on to represent Canada in the Olympics. Richard presently lives in London (Byron), Ontario where he continues to row on a non-competitive basis.

  • 1978
    • Began rowing in final year at McMaster University, participating in the Novice Men's 8+ and at season's end, was awarded the Crew's "Oarsman of the Year Award"
  • 1979
    • Lived and trained at St. Catharines which is the home of the Canadian Henley Championship Course; participated in in the National Rowing Team testing sessions
  • 1980 
    • Participated in the Olympic Trials in Vancouver for the Gaines in Moscow, Russia; in March, the United States, Canada, and other nations boycotted the Moscow Olympics and sent no representatives to the Gaines; returned to St. Catharines to compete for the club team and his 4-man crew won both the Senior Canadian National Men's Championship and the U.S. National Men's Championship
  • 1981
    •  Returned to university to work on an Honours Business Administration degree at Brock University in St. Catharines. He coached  for 2years and rowed for the Brock crew competed as Canadian National Champions in Men's 4
  • 1982
    • Coached and rowed for Brock University's crew;  at end of year was named Brock's "Oarsman of the Year" - repeated as Canadian National Champion in Men's 4 for third consecutive year 1983; earned spot on Canadian National Rowing Team; Raced in Men's coxed pair in Caracas, Venezuela missing a bronze medal by I foot after covering the 2000 meter course
  • 1984
    • First 3 months, lived and trained in Vancouver and Victoria, B.C. with 29 other potential National Team members vying for 22 rowing positions; secured a position with Men's 4 with Coxswain along with 4 members of the powerful University of Victoria Men's Crew.  In May, team won first Olympic qualifier in Montreal against other Canadian challenge teams.  In June, in the second qualifier in Lucerne, Switzerland team had to finish in the top 6 to qualify for the Olympics; the team came second in its heat and qualified.  In August, competed in the Olympic Games in Los Angeles placing fifth, I and a half seconds off a bronze medal
  • 1988
    • Returned to racing with a group of 8 from Toronto Argonaut Rowing Club at Henley on Thames in England which is the World's Oldest Regatta
  • 1994
    • Retired from competitive racing after 6 years rowing his own single shell in numerous North American Regattas
  • 1995 to present
    • Still rows for fitness on the Thames River in London, Ontario where he lives with his wife and daughter.
Inducted into Chatham Sports Hall of Fame 2002