Adam Hofmeyer started Canoe polo at 13 years of age in 2007.
In 2009 at the ripe age of 15 he was selected onto the U21 Australian Team (B) to compete at the 2009 Oceania Canoe Polo Championships. Two years later he leaped into the U21 Australian Team. He moved a further step up the ranks to the Open Australian Men’s Canoe Polo Team in 2013, 2015 and 2017.
This year Adam makes his World Canoe Polo Championships debut and has worked hard to keep building his skills, knowledge and depth of his game.
He nominated for Canada seeking the opportunity to compete against the strongest players/teams in the world. He enjoys the competitive nature of Canoe Polo as part of a team and individually.
Motivation for training is continual improvement in his own game, as well as helping to develop young players coming through the ranks.
Player number – #1
Canoe club – Adelaide Canoe Club
- 2009 Oceania u18 (B) Team
- 2011 Oceania u21 Team
- 2013 Oceania u21 Team & Men’s (B) Team
- 2015 Oceania Men’s Team
- 2017 Oceania Men’s Team
- 2018 World Championships Men’s Team