Bosnia and Herzegovina
Bosnia and Herzegovina has yet to win its first medal at the Paralympic Winter Games.
It first competed at the Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games.
Nijaz Memic in 2010 and Ilma Kazazic and Senad Turkovic in 2014, are the three athletes to have represented Bosnia and Herzegovina at the Paralympic Winter Games, all three in alpine skiing.
Memic finished 39th in the men's slalom standing and the men's giant slalom standing, while Kazazic and Turkovic failed to finish in their women's and men's alpine skiing events respectively.
At the Sarajevo 1984 Olympic Winter Games an exhibition event was held for the first time at the Olympic Winter Games, a men's giant slalom event.
Bosnia and Herzegovina has won five medals at the Paralympic Summer Games: G2-S3-B0.