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Vancouver, Canada, will host the 10th Winter Paralympic Games from the 12th - 21st March 2010.

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Support the New Zealand Winter Paralympic Games Team:
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The New Zealand Winter Paralympic Games Team:


Adam Hall                   - Slalom, Super G, Super Combined
Peter Williams          - Slalom, Giant Slalom

Team Management
Jon Turnbull              - Chef de Mission
Hiro Taniguchi          - Coach
Peter Sanford           - Assistant Coach
Andrew Duffy          - Physiotherapist

Athlete Profiles & Schedule:

Adam Hall
, 22, from Otago, has spina bifida and is a medal prospect given that over the past 12 months he has accumulated 14 medals. Adam was ranked No. 2 in the world at the beginning of 2009 for adaptive slalom skiing and has been the recipient of the New Zealand Snow Sports Athlete of the Year 2008 - 2009. Adam has previously represented New Zealand at the 2006 Winter Paralympic Games in Italy.

Adam Hall's Schedule





Monday 15th March 2010

1st - 1:45.40         

Super G Saturday 20th March 2010  
Super Combined Sunday 21st March 2010  
Adam's Profile & Schedule on

Peter Williams, 26, from Auckland, has spina bifida and will compete in the Super G, Slalom and Giant Slalom. He first learnt to ski on his feet, but for the last 13 years has used a monoski. “The Winter Paralympics have always been a goal of mine and for the last four and half years I’ve been working my butt off to ensure I got there. Now the time has come, obviously I’m really excited to be part of the team and all that hard work is beginning to pay off,” says Peter who will be experiencing his first Paralympic Games.

Peter William's Results



Official Results

Giant Slalom

20th  - 3:11.86

Slalom 22nd - 2:05.55
Peter's Profile & Schedule on

Winter Paralympic Games Coverage:
SKY to Show Highlights of Vancouver Paralympic Games
The Winter Olympics have now ended and now the world’s eyes will be on Vancouver again for the Paralympic Winter Games. The athletes, including a strong New Zealand team, compete in 20 events from five sports and SKY will have highlights of all the action from alpine skiing to sledge hockey.

Paralympic Highlights:

13 March Opening 3:00pm - 5:00pm Sky Sports 1 - LIVE

13 March

Day 1 Midnight - 1.00am Sky Sports 2 (replayed on 14th at 6.00pm)
14 March Day 2 10.00pm - 11.00pm Sky Sports 1 (replayed on 15th at 4.30pm)
15 March Day 3 10.00pm - 11.00pm Sky Sports 1 (replayed on 16th at 2.00pm)
16 March Day 4 10.00pm - 11.00pm Sky Sports 1 (replayed on 17th at 7.00am)
17 March Day 5 10.00pm - 11.00pm Sky Sports 1 (replayed on 18th at 10.00am)
18 March Day 6 10.00pm - 11.00pm Sky Sports 1  
20 March Day 7 & 8 10.00pm - 11.00pm Sky Sports 1  
21 March Day 9 10.30pm - 11.30pm Sky Sports 1  
22 March Sledge Hockey 11:00am - 1:00pm Sky Sports 1 - LIVE
22 March Closing 3:00pm - 4:30pm Sky Sports 1 - LIVE


ParalympicSport.TV, the International Paralympic Committee's (IPC) Internet TV channel, will be offering the most comprehensive live coverage ever of the Paralympic Winter Games.

ParalympicSport.TV will broadcast from the Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games everyday from 12-21 March 2010. All Paralympic sports will be covered in the programming, either live or delayed. This coverage will also be made available as Video on Demand (VOD) after the events on www.ParalympicSport.TV.

For a sneak preview of what will be available on the IPC's Internet TV channel, ParalympicSport.TV has just released its first trailer promoting the coverage of the Vancouver Paralympics on

The Paralympic Games and the Paralympic Movement have also been fully integrated into Facebook. Users can simply become a fan of ParalympicSport.TV on and receive daily updates with all the happenings in Vancouver and the daily competition schedule. It is a fantastic way to stay informed throughout the duration of the Winter Games!

For more information on the Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games, please visit

ParalympicSport.TV Schedule

Winter Paralympic Games History

2010  Vancouver, Canada 01 00 00 01 More Info
2006  Torino, Italy 00 00 00 00 Team List
& Medal Winners
2002  Salt Lake City, USA 04 00 02 06 Team List
& Medal Winners
1998  Nagano, Japan 04 01 01 06 Team List
& Medal Winners
1994  Lillehammer, Norway 03 00 03 06 Team List
& Medal Winners
1992  Albertville, France 02 00 00 02 Team List
& Medal Winners
1988  Innsbruck, Austria 00 01 00 01 Team List
& Medal Winners
1984  Innsbruck, Austria 01 03 01 05 Team List
& Medal Winners
1980  Geilo, Norway 00 00 00 00 Team List
& Medal Winners
1976  Ornskoldsvik, Sweden New Zealand did not attend

Vancouver Links:

Official Website - Vancouver 2010

ParalympicSport.TV - Games Coverage

Competition Schedule and Venues

Ticket Information


Last Updated | Friday, 03 July 2015