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Hunter Woodhall

Paralympian 2016, 2020

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Mark Reis




Syracuse, UT


University of Arkansas '21

classification: T62

Son of Steve and Barb Woodhall. Has two older brothers, Brendan and Spencer. Born with a congenital defect called fibular hemimelia in which his fibulas in his lower legs never formed, leading to the amputation of his legs below the knee at 11 months old. Hobbies include running, fishing and football. Grew up playing a multitude of sports, including soccer, baseball, basketball, wrestling, football, track, snow skiing, knee boarding and wakeboarding. Serves as an ambassador for Shriners Hospital for Children. Started running competitively after taking part in 5-kilometer fun runs at school. Earned First-Team All-American track and field honors in his freshman year at the University of Arkansas.

  • Two-time Paralympian (2016, 2020); Three-time Paralympic medalist (1 silver, 2 bronze)
  • Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020, bronze (400-meter), 8th (100-meter)
  • Paralympic Games Rio 2016, silver (200-meter), bronze (400-meter)
  • Most recent: 2023 – 7th (100-meter)
  • Years of Participation: 2015, 2017, 2023
  • Medals: 4 (3 silver, 1 bronze)
  • Silver – 2017 (200-meter, 400-meter); 2015 (400-meter)
  • Bronze – 2015 (200-meter)
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