Paul Tingley (born June 1, 1970) is a Canadian sailor who represented the country at the Paralympics, in sailing keelboat. He is a resident of Halifax, Nova Scotia who became disabled due to a skiing accident at 24. He became interested in sailing through the suggestion of a physiotherapist.
|Born||June 1, 1970(age 52)|
- Bronze medal in Sonar at the 2000 Summer Paralympics
- Competed in the 2004 Summer Paralympics
- Gold medal in 2.4 Metre at the 2008 Summer Paralympics
- Competed in the 2012 Summer Paralympics
- Bronze medal in Sonar at the 2016 Summer Paralympics
He also won a bronze medal at the 2009 2.4m World Championships (Fort Myers, Florida) and a gold at the 2010 World Championship (Hoorn, Netherlands) competing against both able bodied and disabled sailors.
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- "Paul Tingley". Sailing.org. World Sailing. Archived from the original on March 4, 2016.