Name: David Chamberlain
Sport: Nordic Skiing
Events: Cross-Country Skiing and Biathlon
Classification: Guide for Kevin Burton
Date of Birth: Dec. 25, 1975
Birthplace: North Kingstown, R.I.
Hometown: Wilton, Maine
Current Residence: Boulder, Colo.
High School: Mt. Blue HS (Farmington, Maine) ‘94
College: Bates College ‘98, Mathematics
Coach: James Upham
David Chamberlain, who will guide Kevin Burton in the men’s visually-impaired cross-country and biathlon events in Sochi, is an experienced Nordic racer on both the adaptive and able-bodied circuits. Chamberlain started cross-country skiing in high school and went on to have an impressive career on the snow. He was an All-American skier at Bates College in Lewiston, Maine, before turning professional. He represented Team USA at three Nordic World Championships.
Chamberlain currently lives and trains out of Boulder, Colo., though he also races with the Maine Winter Sports Center in Caribou, Maine. He is married to BethAnn Chamberlain, who also races biathlon for the MWSC. When he isn’t racing, Chamberlain works as a manager and race service director at Boulder Nordic Sport.
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