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Quinn Langevin

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Year Started Outriding
2018
Hometown
Virden, Manitoba
Birthday
February 1, 1999

World Professional Standings

  • 2019 - 12th
  • 2018 - 16th - Rookie Season

Personal Information

The lone competitor from Manitoba on the WPCA Pro Tour, Quinn broke through in 2019 by winning his first career show championship behind Doug Irvine at Guy Weadick Days. In addition to Doug Irvine, Quinn was a mainstay behind Troy Dorchester and Wade Salmond all season long.

Quinn started his chuckwagon career in 2018, first as a barn hand, and later as an outrider for driver Troy Dorchester. He made his debut ride behind Troy Dorchester at the 2018 Strathmore Stampede and continued to ride behind Dorchester for the rest of the 2018 season.

Quinn is a 3rd generation chuckwagon competitor whose grandfather Dennis Langevin was the 1983 WPCA Top Rookie Driver, and his uncle Dallas Langevin drove on both the WCA and CPCA circuits.  In his spare time Quinn enjoys basketball, singing, dancing and musical theatre. He makes his home in Virden, Manitoba.

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