Mongolia: Five facts on the Sochi 2014 Paralympics02.02.2014
The Asian country’s strength will lie in cross-country skiing at the Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi.
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- Mongolia - Paralympics Facts & Figures
• Mongolia has never won a medal at either the Paralympic Winter Games or the Olympic Winter Games.
• Mongolia's strongest Paralympic and Olympic winter sport is cross-country skiing.
• At the Solleftea 2013 IPC Nordic Skiing World Championships, Mongolia had two men in the top 25 in the men's cross-country standing 20km event. Ganbold Batmunkh finished 18th and Dugersuren Ganbaatar came 22nd.
• At the Paralympic Summer Games, Mongolia has won one medal – gold to Baatarjav Dambadondog in the men's archery recurve standing competition in 2008.