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Ross MacDonald

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Collection: 1965 Births, Canadian People of Scottish Descent, Canadian Sailors (Sport), Living People, Medalists at the 2004 Summer Olympics, Olympic Bronze Medalists for Canada, Olympic Medalists in Sailing, Olympic Sailors of Canada, Olympic Silver Medalists for Canada, Sailors at the 1988 Summer Olympics – Star, Sailors at the 1992 Summer Olympics - Star, Sailors at the 1992 Summer Olympics – Star, Sailors at the 1996 Summer Olympics – Star, Sailors at the 2000 Summer Olympics – Star, Sailors at the 2004 Summer Olympics – Star, Sportspeople from Vancouver, Star Class World Champions
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Ross MacDonald

Medal record
Men's Sailing
Competitor for  Canada
Olympic Games
Silver medal – second place 2004 Athens Star
Bronze medal – third place 1992 Barcelona Star

David Ross MacDonald (born January 27, 1965 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada) is a Canadian sailor. He began sailing at the age of 11.

He won a silver medal with Mike Wolfs at the 2004 Summer Olympics in the men's Star event, and a bronze with Eric Jespersen at the 1992 Summer Olympics in the same event.


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