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Lindsay Alcock

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Dr. Lindsay Alcock

Lindsay Alcock, DC
Personal information
Full name Lindsay Alcock, DC
Nationality Flag of Canada.png Canada
Born 10 June 1977 (1977-06-10) (age 40)
Calgary, Alberta
Residence Calgary, Alberta
Height 1.7M
Weight 65Kg.
Sport
Country Flag of Canada.png Canada
Sport Skeleton
College team University of Calgary
Coached by Willi Schneider

Lindsay Alcock (born October 6, 1977, Calgary, Alberta, CAN) is a Canadian skeleton racer who has competed since 1998. She won a silver medal in the women's skeleton event at the 2004 FIBT World Championships in Schönau am Königsee.

The Calgary native captured 14 medals, including six gold, during her six-year World Cup career. [1] Competing in two Winter Olympics, Alcock earned her best finish of sixth in the women's skeleton event at Salt Lake City in 2002 Winter Olympics. [2]. She won the women's Skeleton World Cup overall title in 2003-4. In 2006 at the Winter Olympic Games in Torino, Italy, she placed 10th overall with a time of 2:02.85. [3]

A native of Calgary, Alberta, Alcock is a 2000 graduate of the University of Calgary, with a Bachelors of Kinesiology degree, and then June 2013 graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic West. She is in professional practice in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, and also does motivational speaking.

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