United States has won 279 medals: Gold 98 - Silver 104 - Bronze 77) at the Paralympic Winter Games.
The Lillehammer 1994 Paralympic Winter Games were USA's most successful Paralympic Winter Games in number of gold medals, (24) out of 43 medals in total. USA only won more medals in 1992, when it claimed 45 medals, including 20 gold.
The NPC made its debut at the Ornskoldsvik 1976 Paralympic Winter Games.
USA hosted the Salt Lake City 2002 Paralympic Winter Games.
The NPC has been most successful in alpine skiing, claiming 247 medals, including 89 gold.
Sarah Will is USA's most successful Winter Paralympian with 13 total medals of which 12 were gold. Sarah Billmeier also won 13 medals (G7-S5-B1). Both athletes won their medals in alpine skiing.
USA won the ice hockey event (men's, mixed) at three of the last four Paralympic Winter Games, taking bronze in 2006.
Greg Mannino is the only athlete to have won two events three times. He won three gold medals in alpine skiing men's downhill LW2 and three gold in Super-G LW2.
Sarah Billmeier won alpine skiing women's downhill LW2 three times.
At the Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games USA won medals in four sports for the first time.
For full results from previous Paralympic Games please visit the IPC’s historical results database