| Place Of Birth || Truro, Nova Scotia, Canada |
| Residence || Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada |
| Preferred Apparatus || Rings, Pommel Horse |
| Coach || Tak Kikuchi, Mary Kikuchi |
| Influential Person || Tak Kikuchi |
| Idol || Richard Ikeda because of his personality and gymnastics ability |
| Recent Results || Elite Canada (Dec-2005)|
Mexican International Invitational (Cancun, Mexico 2005)
2nd in the men's Rings & men's Parallel Bars
3rd in the men's All Around
6th in the Pommel Horse
| Commonwealth |
| Melbourne 2006|
Gold in the Men's Team (269.750 pts)
Silver in the men's Parallel Bars (9.150 pts)
Silver in the men's Team (161.350 pts)
6th in the men's Rings (9.175 pts)
7th in the men's All Around (51.825 pts)
7th in the men's Pommel Horse (8.150 pts)
| Olympic |
| Athens 2004|
11th in the men's Team (220.617 pts)
25th in the men's Parallel Bars (9.625 pts)
| Other || David is one of Canada's best all-around competitors who is also a Rings specialist. With both his parents being gymnastics coaches, he has been in the gym since he was old enough to walk. David is currently coached by his father Tak. David has been competing since 1996 and on the Canadian national team since 1999.|
He got involved in gymnastics at a young age because his parents were both gymnastics coaches.
David maintains a positive attitude towards sport, citing ?you must enjoy? as his motto for training.
David's personal best is 20th All Around in the 2003 World Championships. His most memorable sporting achievement was qualifying for the 2004 Olympic Games.
His goal for the Melbourne Commonwealth Games is a team Gold medal. His sporting goal beyond Melbourne is to compete in the Olympics in 2008.