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Para alpine skier Adam Hall has wrapped up his 2018 competition season with a silver medal in Slalom at the World Para Alpine Skiing Europa Cup in St Moritz, Switzerland.

Lake Wanaka, NZ – (6 October 2018) – The Snow Sports NZ Annual Awards Night were held at the Lake Wanaka Centre this evening.

Skiers and snowboarders of all abilities and ages will have the opportunity to enjoy time on snow and meet with New Zealand’s top Para snow sports athletes at the annual...

New Zealand Paralympian Carl Murphy has won a bronze medal in his first World Para Snowboard Cup for 2018. 

Paralympics New Zealand in conjunction with Snow Sports NZ regrets to announce that Para athlete Aaron Ewen has withdrawn from the New Zealand Paralympic Winter Games Team.

Para alpine skiers Adam Hall and Corey Peters  have claimed an impressive medal haul at the first World Para Alpine Skiing races of the season.

The new year is off to a good start for Corey Peter who has claimed two silver medals in Giant Slalom at the first World Para Alpine Skiing races of the season.

Adam Hall has won gold at the last World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup of the year, claiming the fastest overall time in the men’s standing Slalom in Kuhtai, Austria. The result comes off the back of his silver-medal winning performance yesterday.

Para alpine skier Adam Hall is closing out the year on a high note, claiming a silver medal at the World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup Slalom in Kuhtai, Austria.

The season’s first World Para Alpine Skiing World Cup, with races set to take place in St. Moritz, Switzerland, from 13-16 December, has been cancelled due to bad weather conditions. 

Para snowboarder Carl Murphy is keeping his focus on achieving top results at the Paralympic Winter Games next March following two top 10 results at his first World Cups of the season.

With just under four months to go until the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games in South Korea, New Zealand Para athletes are back in race mode for the first events of the Northern Hemisphere season. Para snowboarder Carl Murphy is in Landgraaf, The Netherlands to compete in the World Para Snowboard Europa Cup banked slalom

Snow Sports NZ member Heather Clay recently travelled to Chuncheon-Si in South Korea to attend the Paralympic Winter Sports Development Workshop.

A team of four exceptional Para athletes has been selected by Paralympics New Zealand (PNZ) to compete at the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games next March. The team will include a mix of experience and youth headlined by Paralympian Adam Hall who will be attending his fourth Paralympic Games.

The Adaptive Sports Committee is made up of a maximum of seven members, one of whom is a Snow Sports NZ employee. Two positions on the committee are available and these two positions to be filled via election. 

Today, many schools and businesses across New Zealand will show their continuing support for our New Zealand Paralympians by ‘going gold and giving a gold coin’ as part of the...

Kiwi Carl Murphy is one step closer to securing his place the 2018 Winter Paralympics with a podium finish in today’s Audi quattro Winter Games NZ World Para Snowboard Cup.

Day eight of the Audi Quattro Winter Games saw the official opening of the 2017 – 2018 World Para Snowboard season with the World Para Snowboard Southern Hemisphere Cup at...

With just under one year to go until the 2018 Paralympic Winter Games get underway in South Korea, New Zealand sit-skier Corey Peters has claimed a silver medal at the test event currently being held in PyeongChang. 

Today, Thursday 9 March 2017, marks exactly ‘one year to go’ until the start of the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games.

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