Archer Crispin Duenas is a two-time Olympian who competed at Beijing 2008 and London 2012. In Beijing he finished 39th individually while helping the Canadian men’s team to an 11th place finish. In London he was Canada’s lone male representative in archery and finished 33rd.
Duenas is also a two-time Pan American Games competitor. In 2011 he won an individual silver medal in Guadalajara, four years after winning silver in Rio de Janeiro in the men’s team event.
Duenas has competed at five outdoor World Archery Championships. In 2013 he captured an individual bronze medal, achieving a best-ever world championship result by a Canadian male recurve archer.
Among Duenas other notable accomplishments are an individual bronze medal at the 2010 Pan American Championships and an individual World Cup silver medal in 2009.
Duenas became interested in the sport of archery as a child and began his training at the Archers of Caledon in 2000. He graduated from the University of Toronto in 2011 with a degree in physics, but also studied math and music.