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Cross-country skiing at the Winter Paralympics

Cross-country skiing at the Winter Paralympics
Governing body IPC
Events 27 (men: 16; women: 11)
Games
1976 1980
1984 1988 1992 1994 1998
2002 2006 2010 2014
Medalists

Cross-country skiing has been contested at the Winter Paralympic Games since the first Winter Games in 1976.

Events

[1][2][3]

Event Class 76 80 84 88 92 94 98 02 06 10 Years
Current program
20 km men Standing 8
Visually impaired 6
15 km men Sitting 5
10 km men Standing

9
Visually impaired 8
Sitting 8
1 km men Standing 1
Visually impaired 1
Sitting 1
1 x 4 km/
2 x 5 km men
Standing/
Visually impaired/
Sitting
1
3 x 2.5 km women Standing/
Visually impaired/
Sitting
5
15 km women Standing 4
Visually impaired 4
10 km women Sitting 6
5 km women Standing 10
Visually impaired
10
Sitting 9
1 km women Standing 1
Visually impaired 1
Sitting 1
Past events
3 x 10 km men Standing 1
Visually impaired 1
3 x 5 km men Standing 1
Visually impaired 1
3 x 2.5 km men Sitting 5
4 x 10 km men Visually impaired 3
4 x 5 km men Standing 4
Standing /
Visually impaired
2
30 km men Visually impaired 2
20 km men Intellectual disability 1
15 km men Standing 1
Visually impaired 3
Intellectual disability 1
5 km men Standing

9
Visually impaired 4
Sitting 8
Intellectual disability 1
1 x 2.5 km/
2 x 5 km men
Standing/
Visually impaired/
Sitting
1
1 x 3.75 km/
2 x 5 km men
Standing/
Visually impaired/
Sitting
1
3 x 5 km women Standing 1
Visually impaired 2
15 km women Intellectual disability 1
10 km women Standing 8
Visually impaired 8
5 km women Intellectual disability 1
2.5 km women Sitting 7
4 x 5 km women Visually impaired 2
Total Events 25 27 35 38 27 48 39 32 20 20

Medal table

[4][5] NPCs in italics no longer compete at the Winter Paralympics

As of 2014 Winter Paralympics
 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Norway 78 46 33 157
2 Russia 63 52 39 154
3 Finland 63 47 53 163
4 Germany 27 27 18 72
5 Canada 16 5 5 26
6 Sweden 14 18 23 54
7 France 12 7 17 36
8 Poland 11 6 19 36
9 Ukraine 10 20 19 49
10 Austria 10 19 18 47
11 Unified Team 9 8 3 20
12 West Germany 7 22 12 41
13 Switzerland 5 11 21 37
14 United States 5 11 7 23
15 Belarus 4 7 9 20
16 Italy 4 4 8 16
17 Japan 2 2 2 6
18 Denmark 1 0 2 3
19 Netherlands 0 4 3 7
20 Spain 0 2 1 3
21 Czechoslovakia 0 1 1 2
22 Kazakhstan 0 1 0 1
22 Slovakia 0 1 0 1
24 Great Britain 0 0 2 2
24 Soviet Union 0 0 2 2
Total 25 nations 331 321 317 969

See also

References

  1. ^ IPC Historical Results Database - General Search, International Paralympic Committee (IPC)
  2. ^ Paralympic Winter Sports Programme Build-Up, The Paralympian, No. 1/2002
  3. ^ Team handbook and guide, British Paralympic Association, February 10, 2010
  4. ^ IPC Historical Results Database - Athlete Search - Search by Sport, International Paralympic Committee (IPC)
  5. ^ IPC Historical Results Database - Participation and Medallist Reports - Medal Standings, International Paralympic Committee (IPC)
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