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Christopher "Chris" Alp is an Australian former Paralympic athlete.
He became a wheelchair user after surviving a plane crash at the age of 12. At the 1980 Arnhem Games, he competed in four athletics events and won bronze medals in the Men's 100 m 3 and Men's 200 m 3 events. He has been involved in basketball, skiing, cycling and motorsport. In 1985, he competed in the International Wheelchair Basketball Games in England. He has competed in the Targa Tasmania 
He is a chartered accountant and has Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Commerce degrees from the University of Melbourne. He is a Director of AlpMcNamara, a Melbourne-based company specialising in wealth protection for privately owned businesses.
His philosophy on life is “I didn’t want to be a blob on society; I wanted to be someone who would be able to help and be useful and really contribute.” 
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- Results for Alps from the International Paralympic Committee. Retrieved 8 August 2012.
- "Chris Alp". LinkedIn. Retrieved 9 August 2012.
- "SCI TeamTarga Tasmania 2006". AQA Vic Website. Retrieved 16 July 2012.
- "Chris Alp". AlpMcNamara Website. Retrieved 8 August 2016.
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