Taiki Morii

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Taiki Morii
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Taiki Morii, gold medal at the 2013 IPC Para-alpine World Championships at La Molina, Spain.
Personal information
Nationality Japanese
Born (1980-07-09) July 9, 1980 (age 36)
Country  Japan
Sport Alpine skiing
Event(s) Downhill
Giant slalom
Super combined
Super G

Taiki Morii (森井 大輝?, Morii Taiki) (born July 9, 1980) is a Japanese alpine skier and Paralympian.

He competed in the 2002 Winter Paralympics in Salt Lake City, United States, where he placed sixth at the Slalom and eighth at the Giant slalom, sitting LW11.

At the 2006 Winter Paralympics in Turin, Italy, he took the silver medal in the Giant slalom, sitting, and he placed ninth in the Downhill, fourth in the Slalom, and sixth in the Super-G, sitting.

He competed at the 2010 Winter Paralympics in Vancouver, Canada. He won a silver medal in the Downhill and bronze in the Super-G, sitting. He placed seventh at the Giant slalom, seventh in the Slalom, and fourth in the Super combined, sitting.


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