Athlete Profile - John LANDSTEINER

John LANDSTEINER
Birth Date:  19 May 1990
Age:  27
Gender:   Male
Height (cm):  178

Events and Medals

Event Rank
Men 1 Gold

John LANDSTEINER - Schedule

Schedule
Start Time Event Status
Wed, 14 Feb 9:05
Men Round Robin Session 1
Republic of Korea
7
United States of America
11
Finished
Thu, 15 Feb 14:05
Men Round Robin Session 3
United States of America
9
Italy
10
Finished
Fri, 16 Feb 9:05
Men Round Robin Session 4
Sweden
10
United States of America
4
Finished
Fri, 16 Feb 20:05
Men Round Robin Session 5
Denmark
5
United States of America
9
Finished
Sun, 18 Feb 9:05
Men Round Robin Session 7
United States of America
2
Japan
8
Finished
Sun, 18 Feb 20:05
Men Round Robin Session 8
United States of America
5
Norway
8
Finished
Mon, 19 Feb 14:05
Men Round Robin Session 9
United States of America
9
Canada
7
Finished
Tue, 20 Feb 20:05
Men Round Robin Session 11
Switzerland
4
United States of America
8
Finished
Wed, 21 Feb 14:05
Men Round Robin Session 12
Great Britain
4
United States of America
10
Finished
Thu, 22 Feb 20:05
Men Semi-final
Canada
3
United States of America
5
Finished
Sat, 24 Feb 15:35
Men Gold Medal Game
Sweden
7
United States of America
10
Finished

Biographical Information

Highlights

Olympic Winter Games 

RankEventYearLocation
9 Team 2014 Sochi, RUS


World Championship

RankEventYearLocation
3 Team 2016 Basel, SUI
4 Team 2017 Edmonton, AB, CAN
5 Team 2015 Halifax, NS, CAN
Nickname Lance, Lancer, Landcruiser, Landrover, Johnny (nbcolympics.com, 13 Oct 2017)
Hobbies Golf, housework, barbecues. (NOC Media Guide, 2014; nbcolympics.com, 13 Oct 2017)
Occupation Engineer
Education Civil Engineering - University of Minnesota, Duluth, MN, USA
Languages spoken English
Club name Duluth Curling Club [United States of America]
Coach Phill Drobnick [national], USA (teamusa.org, 19 Nov 2017)
Position/Style Lead (Pyeongchang Entries, 23 Jan 2018)
Start He took up the sport in 2000. (teamusa.org, 20 Nov 2017)
Reason He first tried curling with his father and grandfather, before later beginning to play with children his own age. "I started playing with some friends. During that time, I met other curlers at camps and bonspiels." (teamusa.org, 20 Nov 2017)
Training He trains for 30-90 minutes in the summer and for one to three hours in the winter months. He plans his training sessions around his work schedule. "I work 8-10 hours per day and have to balance my workouts and practice schedule around my work hours, whether it be getting up early in the morning, or staying out late." (nbcolympics.com, 13 Oct 2017)
Memorable Achievement Qualifying for the 2014 Olympic Winter Games in Sochi. (duluthnewstribune.com, 16 Dec 2013)
Hero US baseball player Kirby Puckett. (nbcolympics.com, 13 Oct 2017)
Influence US curler John Shuster. (nbcolympics.com, 13 Oct 2017)
Awards He was named as part of USA Curling's Team of the Year in 2016. (teamusa.org, 20 Nov 2017)

He was named the 2014 Athlete of the Year by USA Curling. (teamusa.org, 20 Nov 2017)
Additional information General
OCCUPATION
He works as a corrosion engineer and project manager for an engineering and consulting company in Duluth, MN, United States of America. (LinkedIn profile, 2017; olympics.nbcsports.com, 18 Nov 2017; nbcolympics.com, 13 Oct 2017)

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