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Deneen, Patrick

Date of Birth: December 25, 1987

City/State of Birth: Redmond, Washington

Current Residence: Cle Elum, Washington

Olympics and Events Attended:
2006 World Junior Championships, Russia, Dual Moguls, 3rd
2009 World Freestyle Champion, Inawashiro, Japan
2010 Olympics, Vancouver, Canada, Freestyle Moguls
2011 World Cup, Moguls, 1st
2012 World Cup, Moguls, 2nd
2013 World Cup, Moguls, 8 podium spots
2014 Olympics, Sochi, Russia, Freestyle Moguls
2014 Olympic Winter Games, 6th place
2015 World Cup, Moguls, 3rd
2015 World Championships, Kreischberg, Austria, Moguls - 4th, Dual Moguls - 7th


Brief Biography:
Deneen began skiing at 11 months old shortly after learning to walk. By age seven, he was a competitive alpine skier and became a top ranked junior downhill racer before switching to freestyle at 15. By age 16, he was on the U.S. Junior Ski Team. At the 2006 World Junior Championships in Russia, Deneen placed third in dual moguls. After successful finishes on the World Cup circuit in 2008, he was named “Rookie of the Year” by international coaches. That season, Deneen earned the nickname, “The Rocket.” He became the World Freestyle Champion at Inawashiro, Japan. He was a finalist at the Vancouver, 2010 Olympics in freestyle moguls.

Deneen soared to a first place in a 2011 World Cup. He added two more podiums by the end of that season. By 2012, Deneen achieved second-place World Cup standing in both freestyle and moguls. His success on the world Cup circuit continued in 2013 with eight World Cup podiums spots. Deneen placed 6th in the moguls competition at the Sochi Olympics in 2014.
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The Board and Staff of the Tread of Pioneers Museum respectfully acknowledge the Ute people, the original inhabitants of Northwest Colorado, and other Indigenous Nations of this area where we now reside. We recognize that the establishment of this region impacted the lifeways of Native peoples and their communities. In accepting this, we are called to utilize this educational institution to teach stewardship of the land and continuing commitment to the inclusion and respect of these Nations and their traditional values for their homelands.