Great Britain

Great Britain has claimed 27 medals at the Paralympic Winter Games: Gold 1 - Silver 9 - Bronze 17.

Sochi 2014 were Great Britain's most successful Paralympic Winter Games to date, winning their first and only gold medal so far, alomgside three silvers and two bronzes.

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

Great Britain is in 26th place on the Winter Games' all-time medal table.

The NPC has been more successful in alpine skiing than in any other sport, claiming 1 gold, 4 silver and 10 bronze medals.

Alpine skier Kelly Gallagher is Great Britain's most successful Paralympian in individual events as she won the IPC's only gold medal coming into the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games. Her victory came in the women's Super-G visually impaired.

Great Britain is the only NPC that has claimed exactly one gold medal in the history of the Paralympic Winter Games.

Great Britain's mixed wheelchair curling team claimed silver at the Torino 2006 Paralympic Winter Games and bronze at the Sochi Paralympic Winter Games, but have never won a gold medal in their event.

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