Goodison at the parade in London to celebrate the achievements of British competitors at the 2008 Summer Olympics.
|Representing Great Britain|
|2008 Beijing||Laser class|
|2009 Halifax||Laser class|
|2012||Melges 32 class|
|2014||Melges 20 class|
|2016 Hayama||Moth class|
|2017 Malcesine||Moth class|
|2018 Bermuda||Moth class|
|Star Sailors League|
|2017 Bahamas||Star class|
Paul Martin Goodison MBE (born 29 November 1977, Brinsworth, Rotherham, South Yorkshire) is an English Olympic gold medal-winning sailor.
He studied at Southampton Solent University completing an Undergraduate degree in Maritime Studies following his Olympic Degree and Honorary Doctorate in Sport was also issue by Solent University
Laser class and Olympics
In March 2005, he was ranked 2nd in the world in the Laser, behind Robert Scheidt of Brazil, and ahead of Michael Blackburn of Australia and Mark Mendelblatt of the United States.
He won the gold medal in the Men's Laser class at the 2008 Summer Olympics. In 2009 he won the Laser World Championships, in Halifax, Canada. He also competed in the 2004 Summer Olympics, finishing 4th, and the 2012 Summer Olympics, finishing 7th.
Other World Championships
He has also won the Melges 20 and Melges 32 class World Championships.
Goodison has won the three Moth World Championship starting in 2016 Hayama, Japan and in 2017 won the title a second time in Malcesine, Italy (Lake Garda). and then the 2018 title.
Goodison joined Artemis Racing for their 2017 Louis Vuitton Challenger’s Trophy campaign.
He then went to sail for New York Yacht Clubs – American Magic campaign in the 36th America's Cup – Challenger Series where the team capsized compromising there campaign. And has committed to the team for their challenge of the 37th America's Cup.
Goodison was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE) in the 2009 New Year Honours.
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- Official website
- Paul Goodison at World Sailing (new website)
- Paul Goodison at World Sailing (old website)
- Paul Goodison at Olympedia
- Paul Goodison at the British Olympic Association
- 1977 births
- Living people
- Alumni of Solent University
- Olympic sailors for Great Britain
- Sailors at the 2004 Summer Olympics – Laser
- Sailors at the 2008 Summer Olympics – Laser
- Olympic medalists in sailing
- Olympic gold medallists for Great Britain
- Medalists at the 2008 Summer Olympics
- English Olympic medallists
- Sailors at the 2012 Summer Olympics – Laser
- Laser class world champions
- Moth class world champions
- Melges 20 class world champions
- Melges 32 class world champions
- World champions in sailing for Great Britain
- Sportspeople from Rotherham
- English male sailors (sport)
- Members of the Order of the British Empire
- Extreme Sailing Series sailors
- Artemis Racing sailors
- American Magic
- 2021 America's Cup sailors