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Amanda Slade #167

Amanda Slade, New Zealand Paralympian

Amanda made her Paralympic debut in the sport of Boccia at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games. She was part of a 30-strong New Zealand Paralympic Team including 6 further Boccia players. Amanda recalls competing at the Paralympic Games as an amazing experience she will never forget, competing against the best players from all over the world. Throughout her sporting career she competed at 3 international competitions including the 2006 Boccia World Championships and achieved a total of 20 caps for New Zealand.

Amanda officially received her ‘numbered’ Paralympic pin as part of The Celebration Project in July 2019.

Paralympic Results
Paralympic GamesResult
Beijing 2008
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  • Hometown: Auckland

  • Born: 17 February 1981

  • Ethnicity: European

  • Games Year: Beijing 2008

  • Para Sport: Boccia

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