Adam Barwood's career began with a school holiday learn-to-ski programme at the age of nine. Since then he has gone on to represent New Zealand in alpine ski racing at the sport's pinnacle events, including the 2014 Olympic Winter Games and the 2013, 2015 and 2017 Alpine Skiing World Championships.

Adam is a member of the New Zealand Ski Men's A Team and is the 2017 National Slalom Champion.

Career highlights:

  • 2017 NZ National Champion, Slalom
  • 2017 Australia New Zealand Cup Overall Nation’s Champion
  • 1st place Giant Slalom Australia New Zealand Continental Cup, Thredbo, Australia, 2017

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Adam's Games History

  • Olympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018

  • Olympic Winter Games Sochi 2014

    • Alpine Skiing (Giant Slalom - Men) Run 1: 1:28.51 Run 2: 1:28.89 Run 1 & Run 2 Combined: 2:57.40 Placed 44 of 109
    • Alpine Skiing (Slalom - Men) Run 1: 54.21 Run 2: 1:01.97 Run 1 & Run 2 Combined: 1:56.18 Placed 25 of 117