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Alpine skiing at the Winter Paralympics

Alpine skiing at the Winter Paralympics
Governing body IPC
Events 30 (men: 15; women: 15)
Games


Paralympic alpine skiing has been competed at the Winter Paralympic Games since they were first held in 1976. Events include men's and women's downhill, Super G, giant slalom, slalom, and combined.

Since the 2006 Winter Games in Torino, a three category system is used. The three categories are: sitting, standing and visually impaired.[1][2]

Events

[3][4][5]

Event Class 76 80 84 88 92 94 98 02 06 10 14 18 Years
Men's combined Standing

4
Visually
impaired
3
Sitting 2
Men's downhill Standing


9
Visually
impaired
8
Sitting 7
Men's slalom Standing





11
Visually
impaired
6
Sitting 8
Men's giant slalom Standing





11
Visually
impaired
9
Sitting 8
Men's Super-G Standing

7
Visually
impaired
7
Sitting 7
Women's combined Standing 4
Visually
impaired
3
Sitting 2
Women's downhill Standing 9
Visually
impaired
8
Sitting 7
Women's slalom Standing
11
Visually
impaired
6
Sitting 8
Women's giant slalom Standing

11
Visually
impaired
9
Sitting 8
Women's Super-G Standing 7
Visually
impaired
7
Sitting 7
Total Events 28 22 56 44 48 66 54 53 24 30 30 30

Medal table

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

As of 2014 Winter Paralympics

Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  United States (USA) 90 93 68 251
2  Austria (AUT) 90 87 87 264
3  Germany (GER) 52 34 35 121
4  Switzerland (SUI) 42 39 24 105
5  France (FRA) 35 36 32 103
6  West Germany (FRG) 25 20 22 67
7  Canada (CAN) 23 36 40 99
8  Spain (ESP) 15 13 10 38
9  New Zealand (NZL) 15 6 7 28
10  Australia (AUS) 11 6 13 30
11  Sweden (SWE) 10 12 9 31
12  Slovakia (SVK) 9 14 17 40
13  Italy (ITA) 8 16 20 44
14  Japan (JPN) 7 11 17 35
15  Russia (RUS) 8 6 7 21
16  Norway (NOR) 6 4 2 12
17  Czech Republic (CZE) 5 5 5 15
18  Czechoslovakia (TCH) 3 4 1 8
19  Great Britain (GBR) 1 4 10 15
20  Netherlands (NED) 1 0 0 1
21  Denmark (DEN) 0 1 0 1
 South Korea (KOR) 0 1 0 1
23  Poland (POL) 0 0 7 7
24  Belgium (BEL) 0 0 1 1
 Liechtenstein (LIE) 0 0 1 1
 Yugoslavia (YUG) 0 0 1 1
Total 26 NPC 456 448 436 1340

Multiple medalists

German Gerd Schönfelder is the most decorated alpine skier in the history of the Paralympic Games.

The table shows athletes with either 6 or more gold medals or ten or more total medals.[7]

Athlete Nation Paralympics Gold Silver Bronze Total
Gerd Schönfelder  Germany (GER) 1992–2010 16 4 2 22
Reinhild Moeller  West Germany (FRG) /
 Germany (GER)
1980–2006 16 2 1 19
Rolf Heinzmann  Switzerland (SUI) 1980–2002 12 2 0 14
Hans Burn  Switzerland (SUI) 1988–2002 6 5 3 14
Sarah Will  United States (USA) 1992–2002 12 1 0 13
Sarah Billmeier  United States (USA) 1992–2002 7 5 1 13
Lana Spreeman  Canada (CAN) 1980–1994 1 6 6 13
Martin Braxenthaler  Germany (GER) 1998–2010 10 1 1 12
Greg Mannino  United States (USA) 1988–1998 6 4 2 12
Chris Waddell  United States (USA) 1992–2002 5 5 2 12
Bruno Oberhammer  Italy (ITA) 1984–1998 3 5 4 12
Markus Pfefferle  West Germany (FRG) /
 Germany (GER)
1988–2002 1 8 3 12
Bernard Baudean  France (FRA) 1976–1994 6 4 1 11
Michael Milton  Australia (AUS) 1992–2006 6 3 2 11
Alexander Spitz  West Germany (FRG) /
 Germany (GER)
1984–1994 4 4 3 11
Pascale Casanova  France (FRA) 1998–2006 3 6 2 11
Lauren Woolstencroft  Canada (CAN) 2002–2010 8 1 1 10
Tristan Mouric  France (FRA) 1984–1994 6 3 1 10
Rik Heid  United States (USA) 1988–1994 2 5 3 10
Kuniko Obinata  Japan (JPN) 1998–2010 2 3 5 10
Nancy Gustafson  United States (USA) 1988–1994 7 1 0 8
Josef Meusburger  Austria (AUT) 1976–1988 6 2 0 8
Cato Zahl Pedersen  Norway (NOR) 1980–1994 6 1 0 7
Brian Santos  United States (USA) 1992–1994 6 0 0 6

Nations

See also

References