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Adam Hall

Adam is a two-time Paralympic gold medallist and two-time Paralympic bronze medalist. He has competed at five Paralympic Winter Games. Following on from his gold medal in the men’s standing Slalom at the 2010 Vancouver Games Adam added a bronze medal in Super Combined at the 2018 Games in PyeongChang before winning his second gold medal in Slalom. In Beijing 2022 he won two bronze medals, one in Super Combined and one in Slalom. Adam was named Para athlete of the year at the 2019 Halberg Awards.

Disciplines: Downhill, Slalom, Super Combined, Super-G (Standing)
Home Town: Wanaka
Career Highlights:
Bronze medals in both Slalom and Super Combined at the Beijing 2022 Paralympics; Para athlete of the Year 2019 Halberg Awards; Gold medal in Slalom and Bronze medal in Super Combined at the 2018 Paralympic Winter Games; Gold medal in Slalom at the 2010 Paralympic Winter Games; Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit (MNZOM) in the Queen's Birthday Honours, for services to sport; 2014 World Cup Slalom Crystal Globe; Multiple World Cup medals; recipient of the Whang Yuon Dai Achievement Award.
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