1. In 2010 Dave Ryding was selected to represent Britain at the Vancouver Olympics where Ryding came 27th in slalom—a respectable result.
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53. Dave Ryding was bidding to become the first British skier to win a World Cup alpine skiing event and caused a major surprise by eliminating Austrian great Marcel Hirscher in the quarterfinals.
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76. Dave Ryding eliminated overall World Cup leader Marcel Hirscher in the quarterfinals when Hirscher straddled a gate as he attempted to erase a first-run deficit.
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77. Dave Ryding was second to Marco Schwarz at the city event in Norway, matching the silver he won in the slalom World Cup in Kitzbuhel two years ago.
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87. Dave Ryding won his first British national senior title in 2008, defeating Alain Baxter, who was competing in his final British championships and who Ryding described as his role model during his teenage years.
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90. Dave Ryding has competed in three Olympics, four World Championships, and won the Europa Cup.
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96. Dave Ryding competed at the 2014 Winter Olympics, finishing 17th in the slalom.
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98. Dave Ryding led after the first leg by 0.29 seconds but was unable to beat Marcel Hirscher in his final run, but did hold his nerve to take silver.
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