Paul Tingley - CST


First Name :Paul

Last Name :Tingley - CST

Home Town :RNSYS, Halifax

Home Province :Nova Scotia

Bio :

Class: 2.4mR
Team: Canadian Sailing Team

Paul Tingley is a Canadian sailor who has represented the country at the Paralympics, particularly of keelboats. He is a resident of Halifax who became disabled due to a skiing accident at the age of 24. He became interested in sailing due to the suggestion of a physiotherapist. Some highlights of Paul's illustrious career include competing in the 2004 Summer Paralympic Games (Athens, Greece), a Bronze medal at the 2009 2.4m World Championships (Fort Myers, Florida), a Gold at the 2010 World Championship (Hoorn, Netherlands) competing against both able-bodied and disabled sailors, a Bronze Medal in Sonar at the 2000 Summer Paralympic Games (Sydney, Australia), and a Gold Medal in the 2.4m at the 2008 Summer Paralympic Games (Beijing, China). Paul sailed with Sonar teammates Logan Campbell & Scott Lutes at the 2016 Paralympic Games and brought home a bronze medal for Canada.  


Recent Results:

2018 Para World Championships- 9th
2016 Paralympic Games - 3rd
2016 Miami World Cup - 1st
2015 ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami - 3rd