New Zealand

New Zealand has won 28 medals at the Paralympic Winter Games, including 15 golds: Gold 15 - Silver 6 - Bronze 7.

New Zealand won its first medals in 1984, five.

In 2010 and in 2014 New Zealand won one medal, gold for Adam Hall in men's alpine skiing slalom standing at the Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games, and a silver medal for Corey Peters in men's alpine skiing giant slalom sitting in 2014.

New Zealand claimed all its 28 medals in alpine skiing, 20 in men's events and eight in women's.

Patrick Cooper is New Zealand's most successful athlete at the Paralympic Winter Games with four gold medals and six total medals.

At the Nagano 1998 Paralympic Winter Games Matthew Butson claimed four medals, including three gold.

Rachael Battersby is New Zealand's only woman to have won multiple gold medals when she won three gold medals at the Salt Lake City 2002 Paralympic Winter Games.

Carl Murphy is the only New Zealand athlete to have participated in a sport other than alpine skiing, when he finished fourth in men's standing in snowboard cross in 2014.