Finland

Finland has claimed 183 medals at the Paralympic Winter Games: Gold 76 - Silver 48 - Bronze 59.

Innsbruck 1984 were Finland's most successful Paralympic Winter Games to date, winning 19 gold medals (G19-S9-B6).

The NPC made its debut at the Örnsköldsvik 1976 Paralympic Winter Games.

Finland is ranked sixth in the Winter Games' all-time medal table.

The NPC has been more successful in cross-country skiing than in any other sport, claiming 64 gold, 46 silver and 52 bronze medals.

Only Norway (78) has won more gold medals in cross-country skiing events at the Paralympic Winter Games than Finland (64).

Cross-country skier and biathlete Jouko Grip is Finland's most successful Paralympian in individual events: G8-S4-B0. Grip claimed 10 of his 12 individual medals in cross-country skiing events (G6-S4-B0) next to winning biathlon's men's 7.5km individual LW6/8 in both 1988 and 1992.

After winning at least seven gold medals at each of the first seven editions of the Paralympic Winter Games, Finland has now failed to win any gold medal at the last three editions. Their last gold medals came at the Salt Lake City 2002 Paralympic Winter Games, where they won four - Tanja Kari won gold in three women's cross-country skiing standing events.

Cross-country skier Ilkka Tuomisto was the only athlete representing Finland to claim a medal in Sochi in 2014, as he finished second in the men's 20km classic style standing.

Matti Suur-Hamari won the men's snowboard cross lower limb 2 impaired at the 2015/16 World Cup finals. No Finnish athlete has claimed a medal in a snowboard event at the Paralympic Winter Games.