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Biography - Lindsey Durlacher
2009-10 Team USA Ranking No. 2 at 55KG
Years on Team USA: 8 (2002-10)
Residence: Denver, CO
Club: NYAC
Coach: Shawn Sheldon, Momir Petkovic
College: Illinois
HighSchool: Buffalo Grove, Ill. (Buffalo Grove) and Beaver Dam, Wis. (Wayland Academy)
Born: 09/14/1974 in Evanston, Ill.
Height: 5-3
http://www.lindseydurlacher.com
2009: Second in U.S. World Team Trials� Third in U.S. Nationals� Third in Gedza International�
2008: Third in U.S. World Team Trials� Second in U.S. Nationals� Slovenia Grand Prix champion� Second in Vehbi Emre Grand Prix (Turkey)�
2007: Fifth in World Championships� Member of World team champions� Pan American Games silver medalist� U.S. World Team Trials champion� Second in U.S. Nationals� Fifth in World Cup� Dave Schultz Memorial International champion�
2006: World bronze medalist� U.S. World Team Trials champion�U.S. Nationals champion�Dave Schultz Memorial International champion�Fifth in Poland Open
2005: Maccabiah Games champion�NYAC Holiday Championships champion�Second in Sunkist Kids/ASU International Open�DNP in World Championships� U.S. World Team Trials champion� Second in U.S. Nationals� Third in O.Karavaev Memorial International (Belarus)� Third in Granma Cup (Cuba)� Third in Dave Schultz Memorial International�
2004: New York AC Christmas International champion� Sunkist Kids International Open champion� Participated in Titan Games� Fourth in U.S. Olympic Team Trials� Second in U.S. Nationals� Second in Dave Schultz Memorial International�
2003: New York AC Christmas International champion� Seventh in World Cup� Second in U.S. World Team Trials� Second in U.S. Nationals� Second in Vantaa Cup (Finalnd)� Ninth in German Grand Prix� Second in Pan American Championships� Fourth in Granma Cup (Cuba)� Fourth in Dave Schultz Memorial International� Third in Concord Cup�
2002: New York AC Christmas International champion� Third in Sunkist Kids International Open� Second in U.S. World Team Trials� Second in U.S. Nationals� Third in Vantaa Cup (Finland)� Second in Haparanda Cup (Sweden)� Dave Schultz Memorial International champion�
2001: Maccabiah Games champion� Fifth in U.S. World Team Trials� Fifth in U.S. Nationals� Sixth in Haparanda Cup (Sweden)�
2000: East Regional Olympic Team Trials Qualifier champion�
1999: Seventh in U.S. Nationals� Northern Plains Regional champion (freestyle)� Seventh in Dave Schultz Memorial International� Sixth in Dave Schultz Memorial International (freestyle)�
1997: Maccabiah Games champion� Sunkist Kids International Open champion�
1996: Ninth in German Grand Prix�
1995: Second in Olympic Festival� Challenge Cup of Great Britain champion�
1993: Maccabiah Games champion�
USA Age-Group: Fourth in 1998 University Nationals... Second in 1996-97 University Nationals... Sixth in 1996 University Nationals (freestyle)... Third in 1994-95 University Nationals... Fourth in 1995 University Nationals (freestyle)... Eighth in 1992 University Nationals... Seventh in 1992 Junior Nationals (freestyle)... Second in 1991 Junior Nationals...
College: Attended the Univ. of Illinois, where he was coached by Mark Johnson... Second in 1997 NCAA Championships... Fourth in 1996 NCAA Championships... Earned a degree in Sports Management...
High School: Attended Buffalo Grove High School, where he was coached by Bob Tipsword... 1992 state high school champion... Also lettered in gymnastics and soccer� Also attended Wayland Academy, where he was coached by Steve Sharp... 1991 Wisconsin state champion...
Personal: Son of Rich Durlacher and Barb Brodsky� Has two brothers, Dave and Mike Durlacher... U.S. Olympic Training Center resident athlete... Formerly an assistant wrestling coach at the U.S. Naval Academy, Northern Illinois Univ. and Northwestern Univ... Member of Illinois IWCOA Hall of Fame� Hobbies include snowboarding� Die-hard Chicago Bears fan�
Awards: 1992 ASICS Tiger First-Team All-American...

 
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