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Sweden at the Paralympics

Sweden at the Paralympic Games

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IPC code  SWE
NPC Swedish Parasports Federation
Paralympic history
Summer Games
Winter Games

Sweden first competed at the Paralympic Games in 1960, at the 1960 Summer Paralympics.[1] Sweden first won a medal at the Paralympics in 1964, at the Summer Games in Tokyo, Japan.

Sweden was also the host country of the inaugural Winter Paralympic Games, in 1976 in Örnsköldsvik.

Contents

  • Medal tables 1
    • Medals by Summer Games 1.1
    • Medals by Winter Games 1.2
    • Medals by summer sport 1.3
  • See also 2
  • References 3

Medal tables

Medals by Summer Games

Games Gold Silver Bronze Total Rank
1960 Rome 0 0 0 0 -
1964 Tokyo 0 0 1 1 17
1968 Tel-Aviv 1 6 4 11 17
1972 Heidelberg 5 6 6 17 14
1976 Toronto 22 27 24 73 9
1980 Arnhem 31 36 24 91 7
1984 New York 83 43 34 160 4
1988 Seoul 42 38 23 103 6
1992 Barcelona 7 22 9 38 18
1996 Atlanta 12 14 11 37 13
2000 Sydney 5 6 10 21 29
2004 Athens 8 7 6 21 21
2008 Beijing 5 3 4 12 24
2012 London 4 4 4 12 29
Total 225 212 160 597 11

Medals by Winter Games

Games Gold Silver Bronze Total Rank
1976 Örnsköldsvik 6 7 7 20 5
1980 Geilo 5 3 8 16 4
1984 Innsbruck 7 2 5 14 6
1988 Innsbruck 3 7 5 15 9
1992 Tignes-Albertsville 1 1 2 4 12
1994 Lillehammer 3 3 2 8 8
1998 Nagano 0 1 5 6 19
2002 Salt Lake City 0 6 3 9 19
2006 Turin 0 0 1 1 19
2010 Vancouver 0 0 2 2 19
2014 Sochi 1 2 1 4 11
Total 26 32 41 99 11

Medals by summer sport

Games Gold Silver Bronze Total
Swimming 104 111 72 287
Athletics 55 52 35 142
Shooting 23 9 16 48
Table tennis 17 25 22 64
Weightlifting 6 6 0 12
Wheelchair tennis 6 0 1 7
Powerlifting 5 0 2 7
Archery 4 5 3 12
Equestrian 4 0 2 6
Dartchery 1 0 0 1
Wheelchair fencing 0 2 0 2
Goalball 0 1 4 5
Volleyball 0 1 1 2
Judo 0 0 1 1
Wheelchair basketball 0 0 1 1
Total 225 212 160 597

See also

References

  1. ^ Handikappidrotts Historiska Föreningen (HIHF) (Swedish), handikappidrott.se
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