PyeongChang 2018 Countries - Sweden

Sweden has won 99 medals at the Paralympic Winter Games: Gold 26 - Silver 32 - Bronze 41.

Birgitta Sund is Sweden's most successful athlete with six gold medals.

Sund won her gold medals in cross-country skiing in 1976 and 1980.

Gunilla Ahren, Marianne Edfeldt and Bertil Lundmark also won a record six total medals for Sweden, with Lundmark the only man to achieve this.

Ahren won four gold medals at the Innsbruck 1984 Paralympic Winter Games.

Sweden won its most medals in cross-country skiing, 55. It also won silverware in alpine skiing (31), biathlon (5), ice hockey (3), ice sledge speed racing (3) and wheelchair curling (2).

Sweden has won 17 gold medals in women's events and nine in men's.

Its last gold medal was for Helene Ripa in cross-country skiing women's 15km classic style standing at the Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games.

Ripa's gold medal was Sweden's first gold since 1994 when it won three gold medals.

Sweden won most medals at the Ornskoldsvik 1976 Paralympic Winter Games when it hosted the Games and claimed 20 medals.

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