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Robert Enigl of Team United States competes during the Men's Giant Slalom Sitting Run 2 on day six of the Beijing 2022 Winter Paralympics at Yanqing National Alpine Skiing Centre on March 10, 2022 in Yanqing, China. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)
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Robert Enigl

  • Hometown
    Kaukauna, Wisconsin
  • Team
    Para Alpine D
  • Years on Team
    4 (since 2021)
  • Born
  • Club(s)
    National Sports Center for the Disabled
  • School:
    Fox Valley Tech
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Growing up, Robert was an avid skateboarder and snowboarding enthusiast. He never skied until one month after his car accident, when he acquired his impairment; his first time skiing was at a Heli Ski camp in Alaska. At this camp, he met Para Alpine skiers Andrew Kurka, Tyler Walker, and Ravi Drugan, and his Paralympic dream began. Since then, Robert has become well known in the ski world as the first sitskier to tackle the A-Z chutes at Big Sky, MT, which he regards as his most memorable sporting moment. Enigl has an eye for the technical side of things and enjoys metal fabrication, 3D printing, etc, so it makes sense that he says his favorite part of the sport is learning and applying the science behind improving his skiing. He describes himself as ambitious, extroverted, and funny, and he enjoys freeskiing, flyfishing, hunting, rafting, kayaking, offroading, being in the mountains, and camping with family when not racing.

Paralympic Winter Games Beijing 2022, 15th (slalom), 21st (giant slalom)
World Championships
2021 – 23rd (parallel slalom)

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