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Chris Duplanty

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Christopher Duplanty of Arena North America

Chris Duplanty is a 3-time Olympic water polo player who won the silver medal at the 1988 Seoul Olympic Games for the USA Water Polo team as its goalie. Duplanty competed in the 1988, 1992 and 1996 Olympic Games in water polo and was elected to USA Water Polo Hall of Fame in 2001.

Professional Career[edit]

He is currently the Director of Sales for Arena North America. Duplanty oversee strategic sales planning and development for the Portland, Oregon-based swimwear company. Duplanty previously worked at PointZeroFive, his own strategic consulting company, after previously serving in executive positions at PacifiCare Health Systems and Adidas America. He has also spent more than decade with the U.S. Olympic Committee in various leadership capacities, including serving as a vice chair of the Athlete’s Advisory Committee and as a member of the board of directors and the executive committee.

Athletic Career[edit]

  • NCAA Championships - 1987 Third Place, 1989 First Place
  • 1986 USA Water Polo Outdoor Championships First Place
  • 1989 USA Water Polo Outdoor Championships Fourth Place
  • 1991 USA Water Polo Indoor Championships First Place
  • 1991 USA Water Polo Outdoor Championships First Place
  • 1993 USA Water Polo Outdoor Championships Fourth Place
  • 1995 USA Water Polo Indoor Championships First Place
  • All American Honors: 3 times High School, 3 times NCAA, 6 times USA Water Polo
  • 1988 Seoul Olympic Games (Silver Medal)
  • 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games, Spain (Fourth Place)
  • 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games (Team Captain)
  • 1991 Havana Pan American Games (Silver)
  • 1995 Buenos Aires Pan American Games (Gold)
  • 1991 Perth World Championships
  • 1994 Rome World Championships
  • FINA Cup: 1989 Berlin, 1991 Barcelona (First), 1993 Athens, 1995 Atlanta, 1997 Athens (First)
  • 1987 Zagreb World Championships
  • 1991 Sheffield World Championships (First)
  • Member of National Teams as a Player 1987-1998
  • USA Water Polo Athlete Representative to the USOC Athletes Advisory Council from 1996-2000
  • US Olympic Committee Athlete Advisory Council, Vice-Chairman, USOC Executive Committee Member 2001-Present

Coaching Career[edit]

  • Assistant Coach Women's National Team 1998-2000
  • Pan American Games 1999 Canada (Silver)
  • Olympic Games 2000 Australia (Silver)

Punahou Hall of Fame[edit]

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