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Innsbruck 1988 Paralympic Winter Games

Top 10 Medal Standings
Rank NPC Gold Medals Gold Medals Gold Medals
1NORNOR252114
2AUTAUT201014
3FRGFRG91110
4FINFIN988
5SUISUI878
6USAUSA7176
7FRAFRA553
8CANCAN535
9SWESWE375
10ITAITA306
11ESPESP121
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Host City: Innsbruck, Austria
Dates: 18 - 25 January 1988
Events: 97 in 4 sports
Countries: 22
Participants[note]: 377 (300 men and 77 women) [→ show more]
- Youngest: n/a
- Oldest: n/a
Most Medals (Athlete): LUNDSTROEM Knut (NOR) and SANDBRAATEN Erik (NOR) (7 medals) [→ show more]
Most Medals (Countries): Norway (60 medals)

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Sports Overview

Sport Competition Dates Venue Events NPCs Participants[note]
Alpine Skiing4421203→ Events
Biathlon3836→ Events
Cross-Country3817164→ Events
Ice Sledge Speed Skating12624→ Events

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The results data of the IPC Historical Results Archive is based on information contained/ sourced in the original hardcopy final results publications. Some information from earlier Paralympic Games (i.e. 1960-1988) such as relay and team members are not presented in these source. Therefore, final results, medal standings and derived statistics may not be complete. If you encounter any inaccuracies or errors, please do not hesitate to send a message to sdmsadmin[at]paralympic[dot]org with the details and proving materials.

Important note on competition partners: Competition partners eligible for medals are included in the combined participant statistics until 2014. Currently, only the statistics for 2016 consider athletes with an impairment and their competition partners separately. If you need participant statistics for athletes with an impairment only, please contact us at sdmsadmin[at]paralympic[dot]org. Sports affected are cycling (tandem pilots), football 5-a-side (goalkeepers) and rowing (coxswains). Guides in athletics, alpine and nordic skiing that are eligible for medals are not in the database, yet, but will be included at a later stage.