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Brenden Hall

Brenden Hall (swimming) has been selected to compete in the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, his third Commonwealth Games. Brenden debuted at the Glasgow 2014 Games winning bronze in the Men’s 100m S9 freestyle, going on to win gold in the Men’s 100m S9 backstroke and bronze in the Men’s 100m S9 freestyle at the Gold Coast 2018 Games. Brenden went to his first Paralympic Games in Beijing the following year aged 15 where he reached the final of the men’s 400m freestyle S9. A four-time Paralympian and represented Australia at four world championships, Brenden has claimed 11 gold medals across both events, including five in the men’s 400m S9 freestyle. Brenden’s right leg was amputated when he was six due to complications from chicken pox, which also caused him to lose most of his hearing. The 21-time Australian champion across both pool and open water events completed a Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science at the University of Queensland and is undertaking a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the Australian Catholic University. He married long-time girlfriend Brittany Daniec in 2019.

Sport / Discipline

Swimming

Birth Place

Nambour

Birth state

QLD

Date of Birth

27/05/1993

Age

29

SOCIAL MEDIA

Glasgow, 2014

Gold Coast, 2018

Results History

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