• Poland has won 11 gold medals and 44 total medals in its Paralympic Winter Games history.
• Poland has won at least one medal at every Paralympic Winter Games since 1984.
• Cross-country skiing is by far Poland's most successful sport, with all 11 gold medals and 36 of the total medals coming in this sport.
• The remaining eight medals – all bronze – were won in alpine skiing (seven) and biathlon (one).
• Poland's best Paralympic Winter Games was in 1984, when the still-standing Polish record of three gold medals and 13 total medals at one Games were established.
• Poland's most successful winter Paralympian is Marcin Kos, who won four gold medals and seven total medals in cross-country skiing from 1988 to 1994.
• More recently, Katarzyna Rogowiec, who competes in both cross-country and biathlon, has been the biggest Polish name in winter Paralympic sports. At the 2006 Paralympic Winter Games she won two cross-country gold medals, and in 2011 she won six world championship medals in the two sports, including one cross-country skiing gold.
• At Vancouver 2010, Poland won only one medal – bronze to Rogowiec in the 15km cross-country skiing's freestyle standing.
• At the Paralympic Games, Poland has won 254 gold medals and 692 total medals, which rank ninth and eighth, respectively, among all NPCs.
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