Paralympic Winter Games
9-18 March

PyeongChang 2018 Countries - Denmark

Denmark has claimed six medals at the Paralympic Winter Games: Gold 2 - Silver 1 - Bronze 3.

Lillehammer 1994 were Denmark's most successful Paralympic Winter Games to date, as it won one gold medal there alongside two bronze.

The NPC made its debut at the Geilo 1980 Paralympic Winter Games.

Denmark is ranked 25th in the Winter Games' all-time medal table.

The NPC has been most successful in cross-country, claiming one gold and two bronze medals.

Biathlete and cross-country skier Anne-Mette Bredahl is Denmark's most successful Paralympian in individual events: G2-B3.

Bredahl won her two gold medals in different sports at different Paralympic Winter Games, as she won biathlon's women's 7.5km individual B1-3 at the Lillehammer 1994 Paralympic Winter Games and cross-country skiing's women's 5km freestyle B1 at the Nagano 1998 Paralympic Winter Games.

Denmark's only other medal was claimed by Lars Nielsen as he bagged silver in alpine skiing's men's giant slalom B2 at the Tignes/Albertville 1992 Paralympic Winter Games.

Daniel Wagner Jørgensen finished third in the men's snowboard banked slalom lower limb 1 impaired at the 2015 IPC Snowboard World Championships in La Molina. No athlete representing Denmark has claimed a medal in snowboarding at the Paralympic Winter Games.

For full results from previous Paralympic Games please visit the IPC’s historical results database