|02/24||Men's 10000 m Final Rankings||14:14.81 (15th)|
|02/16||Men's Team Pursuit Final Rankings||(6th)|
|02/16||Men's Team Pursuit Final C||Shepel / Skobrev / Kibalko RUS DEF Mull / Boutiette / Leveille Cox USA (3:46.91, 3:49.73)|
|02/15||Men's Team Pursuit Quarterfinal 2||Anesi / Fabris / Sanfratello ITA DEF Boutiette / Hedrick / Leveille Cox USA (3:43.64(Q, OR), 3:44.11(Q))|
|02/15||Men's Team Pursuit Preliminaries||3:51.32 (7th)|
Leveille is literally a spur-of-the-moment skater. After only two months of trading in his inline skates for short track speedskates, Leveille won a bronze medal in the 500m and 3000m at the 2004 U.S. Short Track National Championships. A few months later in a freak short track training accident, he broke his back. After four months of being in a full-body cast, Leveille entered the U.S. Speedskating training program in Colorado Springs, CO and a few months later at the 2005 U.S. Championships, he finished seventh in the time trial (his first time trial race ever) and 10th overall.
Leveille made the switch to long track in August 2005. In October 2005, he qualified to compete as a member of the 2006 Fall World Cup Team. At the 2006 U.S. Long Track Championships, Leveille won a silver medal in the 10,000m and a bronze medal in the U.S. Men’s Allround standings.
Leveille plans to major in business and minor in spanish in college … Enjoys reading history and biography books and cites Seinfeld as his favorite television show … Has a pre-competition ritual of putting on his left skates first and tying his right ones first … Drinks a gallon of milk every other day and pizza is his favorite food … "Meet Joe Black," and "A Few Good Men" are his favorite movies.