P246

Brenden Hall

swimmer pin:
#P246

“The only disability in life is a bad attitude”

Age
25
CLUB
Lawnton
Coach
Harley Connoly
Follow

Brenden Hall

Achievements

Brenden Hall OAM is an Australian Paralympic amputee swimmer who won two gold medals at the 2012 Summer Paralympics in London in the 400m freestyle and 4x100m freestyle relay. He represented Australia at the 2016 Rio Paralympics where he won one gold, one silver and one bronze medal. Brenden's most recent achievements include winning gold in the S9 100m backstroke at the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games and a bronze for the S9100m freestyle.

Read More

Paralympic Games
Beijing, China 2008 - 5th 400 freestyle
London, England 2012 – gold 4x100 freestyle, 400m freestyle. Bronze 4x100 medley, 5th 100 freestyle, 6th 100 butterfly and 6th 200IM
Rio, Brazil 2016 – gold 400m freestyle, silver 100m freestyle. Bronze 100m backstroke, 4th 100m butterfly, 4th 4x100 medley and 12th 50m freestyle
 
Commonwealth Games
Glasgow, Scotland - bronze 100m freestyle
Gold Coast, Australia 2018 – gold S9 100m backstroke and bronze in the S9 100m freestyle
 
World Long Course Championships
Eindhoven, Netherlands 2010 - gold 4x100 freestyle, 400m freestyle, 4x100 medley and 5km open water, 7th 100m freestyle, 8th 100m butterfly, 10th 200IM and 17th 50m freestyle
 
Pan Pacific Para Swimming Championships
Edmonton, Canada 2011 – gold S9 400m freestyle, silver S9 100m freestyle, backstroke, butterfly and SM9 200m IM, bronze S9 50m freestyle
Pasadena, United States 2014 – gold S9 400m freestyle, S9 100m butterfly, backstroke, silver S9 100m freestyle and S9 200m IM
Cairns, Australia 2018 - gold S9 400m freestyle, 8th 100m S9 freestyle, 13th 50m S9 freestyle, 15th 100m S9 backstroke, 17th 100m S9 butterfly
 

Brenden Hall

In The Pool

Paralympic Games

3
1
2

Commonwealth Games

1
0
2

World Long Course Championships

8
0
2

Pan Pacific Para Swimming Championships

5
6
1

Get to know Brenden

Go back to top