France has claimed 151 medals at the Paralympic Winter Games: Gold 52 - Silver 47 - Bronze 52.
France first participated at the Örnsköldsvik 1976 Paralympic Winter Games and has been present at every Paralympic Winter Games since.
It has won more medals (31) and more gold medals (14) at the 1994 Lillehammer Paralympic Winter Games than at any other Games.
France has won 102 medals in alpine skiing, including 35 gold medals.
Bernard Baudean and Pascale Casanova have won 11 medals each in alpine skiing, most of all French athletes.
Baudean and Tristan Mouric have both won six gold medals in alpine skiing, most among French athletes.
Bernard Baudean has won medals at five different Paralympic Winter Games.
Marie Bochet won four of the five gold medals on offer in women's alpine skiing standing events at the Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games to become the second French athlete to win four gold medals at a single Games. Didier Riedlinger won four gold in 1994.
Vincent Gauthier-Manuel also won a gold medal in Sochi, in the men's alpine skiing slalom standing. He furthermore recorded a second place finish, third place and fourth place finish in three of his four other events.
For full results from previous Paralympic Games please visit the IPC’s historical results database