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Adam Hall (alpine skier)

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Country  New Zealand
Education  Taieri College
Role  Alpine skier
Name  Adam Hall
Sport  Alpine skiing

Adam Hall (alpine skier)
Born  9 October 1987 (age 28) (1987-10-09) Dunedin, New Zealand
Event(s)  Downhill Slalom Giant slalom Super combined Super-G

Adam J. Hall MNZM (born in Dunedin on 9 October 1987) is a New Zealand alpine skier and Paralympic gold medalist.

He competed for New Zealand at the 2006 Winter Paralympics, where he placed 41st in the men's downhill event, 43rd in the men's giant slalom and 50th in the men's Super-G, standing

At the 2010 Winter Paralympic Games, he won a gold medal at the men's slalom event, standing. He placed 8th in the men's super combined and 7th in the men's Super-G, standing.

Hall was made a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit in the 2011 Queen's Birthday Honours, for services to sport.

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