At only 21 years of age, Hunter Woodhall is redefining what it means to be an athlete, entrepreneur, and trailblazer, and setting a new tone for the next generation of dreamers. Woodhall is a three-time Paralympic World Medalist, Division 1 track athlete and former NCAA All-American. Read More >
Born with a congenital defect called ‘fibular hemimelia,’ Woodhall was destined never to walk. So, he decided to run. Focusing his efforts on track beginning in middle school, he found a haven in the world of sports and has risen through the ranks for every hurdle thrown his way. Now, an Internet sensation, entrepreneur, decorated track and field world champion, two-time track and field Paralympian and first ever para-athlete to receive a Division 1 scholarship, Woodhall is gearing up for his biggest challenge yet: the 2024 Paralympics in Paris.
An inspiration to many, Woodhall is the largest Paralympian athlete on social media with 3M+ followers. He has been featured on The Ellen Show and Good Morning America. Along with his athletics and social media careers, Woodhall is an entrepreneur, cofounding and running a multimillion-dollar business, Giant Hoodies, that was featured in “Oprah’s Favorite Gifts of 2020” in November 2020. Adding to his business, he is beginning to invest in real estate with his fiancée, fellow Olympian Tara Davis, and plans to have 15 houses purchased and in the process of renovation by the end of 2022.
With projects in real estate, retail, social media, and athletics, as well as plans to be married in October of 2022, Woodhall inspires us to always give 110%. Read Less ^