Tag: Corey Peters
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.
Snow Sports NZ is delighted to have Para alpine skier Corey Peters named as a finalist in the Halberg Disabled Sportsperson of the Year category and freeskier Nico Porteous named as a finalist in the Emerging Talent category at the 55th Halberg Awards.
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.
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.
With two days to go until test events for the 2018 Paralympic Winter Games get underway in PyeongChang, Korea, Cardrona NZ Para Alpine Ski Team member Corey Peters has claimed a World Cup silver medal in Super-G.
NZ Para alpine skier Corey Peters has finished in the medals at the World Championships in Italy for the second time in two days. Peters earned the silver medal in Super-G, to match his silver medal in Downhill on Wednesday.
New Zealand sit skier Corey Peters has earned a silver medal in Downhill on opening day at the 2017 World Para Alpine Skiing Championships in Italy.
More than 100 of the world’s best skiers from 30 countries have arrived in Tarvisio, Italy, for the 2017 World Para Alpine Skiing Championships which began with the Opening Ceremony on Sunday (22 January). New Zealand’s Adam Hall will compete in the men’s standing events and Corey Peters in the sitting events.
NZ Para alpine skier Corey Peters added to his World Cup medal collection overnight, claiming silver in the Super-G at the Austrian resort of Innerkrems where the first World Cup speed races of the season are being staged.
The first World Cup speed races of the Para alpine skiing season got underway in Innerkrems, Austria, today, with New Zealand’s Corey Peters tasting victory in the men’s Downhill.
With their first World Cups of the season less than a week away, Adam Hall and Corey Peters look to be on top form. Both skiers won Super-G races in their respective classes at International Paralympic Committee Alpine Skiing races in the USA today.
Snow Sports NZ is delighted to have five nominees for the 54th Halberg Awards - the nation’s pre-eminent event to honour and celebrate sporting achievements by New Zealand teams and athletes in 2016.
Lake Wanaka, New Zealand (20 June 2016) – The Paralympics New Zealand Spirit of Gold® Collection will be on display in Wanaka from 23 June – 5 July and features...
Aspen, USA (4 March 2016) – Champion sit-skier Corey Peters (New Plymouth) will be bringing home a World Cup globe when he returns to New Zealand next month.
Youngpyong, South Korea (11 March 2016) – Para-alpine skier Corey Peters (New Plymouth) has picked up one final medal in his very successful northern hemisphere season before heading home to New...
Aspen, USA (3 March 2016) – NZ ski racer Corey Peters (New Plymouth) is in contention for a World Cup globe after taking the win in the men’s super-G sitting...
Aspen, USA (1 March 2016) – Sit-skier Corey Peters (New Plymouth) has claimed his “most satisfying win of the season so far” taking first place in the Downhill at the...
Aspen, USA (15 January 2016) – With only two weeks to go until the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) World Cup finals, NZ ski racers Adam Hall (Wanaka) and Corey Peters...
The Halberg Disability Sport Foundation has today announced 24 finalists for six categories at the 53rd Halberg Awards – the nation’s pre-eminent event to honour and celebrate sporting excellence by New Zealand teams and...