Full name: Adam Clawson
Height: 6-0.5 (185 cm)
Weight: 170 lbs (77 kg)
Born: December 28, 1972 in Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
Died: July 10, 2017 in Whittier, North Carolina, United States
Country: United States
Adam Clawson was a slalom canoeist who competed at both the 1992 and 1996 Olympic Games, both times in Canadian slalom singles. Clawson won a silver in that event at the 1991 World Championships, and also won a gold medal that year in the Canadian singles team competition.
Clawson began canoeing when he spent a summer in 1981 at Wesser, North Carolina, where he started paddling at the Nantahala Outdoor Center. He competed through 1996, retiring after a World Cup event in Brazil, and then turned his attention to wood and metal designs, focusing especially on welding many of his metal creations.
|1992 Summer||19||Barcelona||Canoeing||Men's Canadian Singles, Slalom||United States||USA||21|
|1996 Summer||23||Atlanta||Canoeing||Men's Canadian Singles, Slalom||United States||USA||19|
|1992 Summer||19||Barcelona||Canoeing||United States||Final Standings||21||129.23|
|1992 Summer||19||Barcelona||Canoeing||United States||Final Standings||Run One||15||129.23||2:04.23||5|
|1992 Summer||19||Barcelona||Canoeing||United States||Final Standings||Run Two||31||197.17||2:07.17||70|
|1996 Summer||23||Atlanta||Canoeing||United States||Final Standings||19||172.53|
|1996 Summer||23||Atlanta||Canoeing||United States||Final Standings||Run One||16||172.53||2:37.53||15|
|1996 Summer||23||Atlanta||Canoeing||United States||Final Standings||Run Two||27||265.74||2:45.74||100|