David Sidney Edge (born November 12, 1954 in Blackpool, United Kingdom) is a former long-distance runner, who represented Canada at two consecutive Summer Olympics in the men's marathon. At the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, California he did not finish, four years later in Seoul, South Korea he finished in 67th place.
A resident of Burlington, Ontario, Edge is married to Ireland's former long-distance runner Carey May. Edge won the silver medal at the 1986 Commonwealth Games, behind Australia's Robert de Castella. Edge is still ranked as one of the worlds most consistent marathon runners with a top ten average of better than 2,12
|1982||Chicago Marathon||Chicago, United States||4th||Marathon||2:12:25|
|Fukuoka Marathon||Fukuoka, Japan||7th||Marathon||2:12:40|
|1983 Wang Sidney Marathon, 3rd place, 2.14.17||World Championships||Helsinki, Finland
Boston Marathon, 6th place. 2.11.03
|1984||Olympic Games||Los Angeles, United States||—||Marathon||DNF
1985 London Marathon 7th Place. 2.11.40 Grandmas marathon, Duluth. 2nd place 2.12.25
|1986||Commonwealth Games||Edinburgh, United Kingdom||2nd||Marathon||2:11:08|
|1988||London Marathon||London, United Kingdom||17th||Marathon||2:14:10|
|Olympic Games||Seoul, South Korea||67th||Marathon||2:32:19|
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