Ayman Al Haddi is a 48-year-old Para athlete with Cerebral palsy, specialized in Athletics and Boccia.
Facing physical challenges in Athletics, Ayman later shifted towards Boccia, where he excelled and became a leading example for the Paralympic community and Bahrain.
Born in 1973, Ayman has been part of several international and regional competitions since 1994. Since then, Ayman has been successful, winning several medals. He is married with 5 children and is now an integrated member of the Bahraini and sporting community, seen as a symbol of sportsmanship, determination and strength.
One of his major achievements was winning the silver medal in Discus throw at the 2000 Summer Paralympic Games in Sydney. He won 3 gold medals and 3 silver medals in 2019 in Boccia, in addition to many more achievements in both games.
He aspires to participate in the West Asia Para Games 2022, which will be held in the Kingdom of Bahrain.
His family are his first supporters, and after his marriage, his wife and 5 children continued to motivate him to accomplish all of his achievements.