Type of Impairment
Origin of Impairment
Further personal information
Foxborough, MA, USA
Business Management - Liberty University: Lynchburg, VA, USA
Sport specific information
When and where did you begin this sport?
He learned to ski at an early age in Vermont, United States of America, and began racing at age seven.
Why this sport?
His parents loved the sport, so it was natural that he would take it up too.
Supporting American football team the New England Patriots. (skiracing.com, 09 Apr 2020)
Memorable sporting achievement
Competing at the 2018 Paralympic Winter Games in Pyeongchang. (skiracing.com, 09 Apr 2020)
In January 2016 he fractured his left ankle after skiing over a stump that was covered in snow. He underwent surgery the following month and was cleared to return to the slopes in August of that year. (Facebook page, 08 Aug 2016; connor-hogan.com, 01 Mar 2016)
His parents have worked as ski instructors. (foxbororeporter.com, 24 Jul 2014)
To compete at the 2022 Paralympic Winter Games in Beijing. (disabledsportsusa.org, 14 Mar 2018)
At age 18 months he was diagnosed with cerebral palsy, caused by a perinatal stroke. It affected the frontal lobe of his brain, which led to a reduced range of motion on the right side of his body. (skiracing.com, 09 Apr 2020; foxbororeporter.com, 23 Apr 2009)
|Men's Slalom Standing||Race 1||2015-03-10||15|
|Men's Giant Slalom Standing||Final||2018-03-14||24|
|Men's Slalom Standing||Final||2018-03-17||9999|
|Men's Giant Slalom Standing||Race 1||2019-01-21||9999|
|Men's Slalom Standing||Race 1||2019-01-23||9999|
|Men's Downhill Standing||Race 1||2019-01-30||18|
|Men's Super-Combined Standing||Race 1||2019-01-31||9999|
|Men's Super-G Standing||Race 1 (from SC)||2019-01-31||15|