Germany at the 2022 Winter Paralympics

Germany competed at the 2022 Winter Paralympics in Beijing, China which took place between 4–13 March 2022.[1][2]

Germany at the
2022 Winter Paralympics
Flag of Germany.svg
IPC codeGER
NPCNational Paralympic Committee Germany
Websitewww.dbs-npc.de
in Beijing, China
4 March 2022 (2022-03-04) – 13 March 2022 (2022-03-13)
Competitors17 (9 men and 8 women) in 4 sports
Flag bearers (opening)Martin Fleig
Anna-Lena Forster
Flag bearers (closing)Leonie Maria Walter
Pirmin Strecker
Medals
Ranked 7th
Gold
4
Silver
8
Bronze
7
Total
19
Winter Paralympics appearances (overview)

MedalistsEdit

The following German competitors won medals at the games. In the discipline sections below, the medalists' names are bolded.

Medals by sport
Sport       Total
Alpine skiing 2 2 2 6
Biathlon 1 4 3 8
Cross-country skiing 1 2 2 5
Total 4 8 7 19
Medals by date
Day Date       Total
Day 1 5 March 0 3 1 4
Day 2 6 March 0 1 0 1
Day 3 7 March 1 1 1 3
Day 4 8 March 1 1 1 3
Day 5 9 March 0 1 1 2
Day 6 10 March 0 0 0 0
Day 7 11 March 0 1 2 3
Day 8 12 March 2 0 1 3
Day 9 13 March 0 0 0 0
Total 4 8 7 19
Medals by gender
Gender       Total
Male 0 3 0 3
Female 4 5 7 16
Mixed 0 0 0 0
Total 4 8 7 19
Multiple medalists
Name Sport       Total
Anna-Lena Forster Alpine skiing 2 2 0 4
Linn Kazmaier
Guide: Florian Baumann
Biathlon
Cross-country skiing
1 3 1 5
Marco Maier 0 2 0 2
Leonie Maria Walter
Guide: Pirmin Strecker
1 0 3 4
Medal Name Sport Event Date
  Gold Anna-Lena Forster Alpine skiing Women's super combined, sitting 7 March
  Gold Leonie Maria Walter
Guide: Pirmin Strecker
Biathlon Women's 10km, visually impaired 8 March
  Gold Anna-Lena Forster Alpine skiing Women's slalom, sitting 12 March
  Gold Linn Kazmaier
Guide: Florian Baumann
Cross-country skiing Women's 10 km, visually impaired 12 March
  Silver Anna-Lena Forster Alpine skiing Women's downhill, sitting 5 March
  Silver Marco Maier Biathlon Men's 6km, standing 5 March
  Silver Linn Kazmaier
Guide: Florian Baumann
Biathlon Women's 6km, visually impaired 5 March
  Silver Anna-Lena Forster Alpine skiing Women's super-G, sitting 6 March
  Silver Linn Kazmaier
Guide: Florian Baumann
Cross-country skiing Women's 15km classical, visually impaired 7 March
  Silver Martin Fleig Biathlon Men's 10km, sitting 8 March
  Silver Marco Maier Cross-country skiing Men's 1.5km sprint, standing 9 March
  Silver Linn Kazmaier
Guide: Florian Baumann
Biathlon Women's 12.5km, visually impaired 11 March
  Bronze Leonie Maria Walter
Guide: Pirmin Strecker
Biathlon Women's 6km, visually impaired 5 March
  Bronze Leonie Maria Walter
Guide: Pirmin Strecker
Cross-country skiing Women's 15km classical, visually impaired 7 March
  Bronze Anja Wicker Biathlon Women's 10km, sitting 8 March
  Bronze Linn Kazmaier
Guide: Florian Baumann
Cross-country skiing Women's 1.5km sprint, visually impaired 9 March
  Bronze Andrea Rothfuss Alpine skiing Women's giant slalom, standing 11 March
  Bronze Leonie Maria Walter
Guide: Pirmin Strecker
Biathlon Women's 12.5km, visually impaired 11 March
  Bronze Anna-Maria Rieder Alpine skiing Women's slalom, standing 12 March

CompetitorsEdit

The following is the list of number of competitors participating at the Games per sport/discipline.

Sport Men Women Total
Alpine skiing 2 4 6
Biathlon 4 4 8
Cross-country skiing
Snowboarding 3 0 3
Total 9 8 17

Alpine skiingEdit

Germany competed in alpine skiing.[3]

Men
Athlete Class Event Run 1 Run 2 Total
Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank
Christoph Glötzner LW2 Giant slalom, standing DNS
Slalom, standing DSQ
Leander Kress LW2 Downhill, standing DNF
Super-G, standing 1:18.32 27
Super combined, standing 1:16.29 18 46.52 19 2:02.81 17
Giant slalom, standing 1:06.22 24 1:03.21 22 2:09.43 22
Slalom, standing 56.78 34 DNF
Women
Athlete Class Event Run 1 Run 2 Total
Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank
Anna-Lena Forster LW12-1 Downhill, sitting 1:30.59  
Super-G, sitting 1:23.84  
Super combined, sitting 1:26.44 4 44.93 1 2:11.37  
Giant slalom, sitting 1:04.17 4 1:06.81 3 2:10.98 4
Slalom, sitting 48.50 1 49.36 2 1:37.86  
Anna-Maria Rieder LW9-1 Super-G, standing 1:18.63 5
Super combined, standing 1:21.49 6 46.51 3 2:08.00 4
Giant slalom, standing 1:00.90 7 1:02.84 4 2:03.74 5
Slalom, standing 48.97 3 51.53 3 1:40.50  
Noemi Ewa Ristau
Guide: Paula Brenzel
B2 Downhill, visually impaired DNF
Super-G, visually impaired 1:22.31 5
Super combined, visually impaired DSQ
Giant slalom, visually impaired 1:03.94 10 1:08.64 11 2:12.58 10
Slalom, visually impaired 51.69 11 50.65 7 1:42.34 9
Andrea Rothfuss LW6/8-2 Downhill, standing 1:23.71 4
Super-G, standing 1:22.35 9
Super combined, standing DSQ
Giant slalom, standing 59.28 4 1:02.63 2 2:01.91  
Slalom, standing DNF

BiathlonEdit

Germany competed in biathlon.[4]

Men
Athlete Class Event Missed shots Time Rank
Alexander Ehler LW4 6km, standing 7 22:24.7 16
Martin Fleig LW11.5 6km, sitting 1 20:02.6 5
10km, sitting 2 31:23.7  
12.5km, sitting 8 48:51.6 16
Marco Maier LW8 6km, standing 0 17:03.4  
Nico Messinger
Guide: Robin Wunderle
B2 6km, visually impaired 3 19:05.1 7
10km, visually impaired 3 39:27.1 7
Women
Athlete Class Event Missed shots Time Rank
Linn Kazmaier
Guide: Florian Baumann
B3 6km, visually impaired 1 20:14.6  
12.5km, visually impaired 0 50:23.2  
Johanna Recktenwald
Guide: Valentin Haag
B2 6km, visually impaired 2 24:35.6 7
10km, visually impaired 3 45:56.6 4
12.5km, visually impaired 4 57:00.8 4
Leonie Maria Walter
Guide: Pirmin Strecker
B2 6km, visually impaired 1 20:39.0  
10km, visually impaired 0 40:56.2  
12.5km, visually impaired 0 52:27.6  
Anja Wicker LW10.5 6km, sitting 3 23:17.5 5
10km, sitting 5 35:45.3  
12.5km, sitting 0 44:43.3 4

Cross-country skiingEdit

Germany competed in cross-country skiing.[5]

Men
Athlete Class Event Qualification Semifinal Final
Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank
Alexander Ehler LW4 20km classical, standing DNF
1.5km sprint, standing 2:56.15 11 Q 3:38.7 5 Did not advance
12.5km free, standing 37:34.0 9
Martin Fleig LW11.5 15km, sitting 49:53.9 9
Marco Maier LW8 1.5km sprint, standing 2:43.67 1 Q 3:26.4 3 Q 3:08.8  
Nico Messinger
Guide: Robin Wunderle
B2 1.5km sprint, visually impaired 2:49.59 9 Did not advance
Women
Athlete Class Event Qualification Semifinal Final
Time Rank Time Rank Time Rank
Linn Kazmaier
Guide: Florian Baumann
B3 15km classical, visually impaired 52:05.6  
1.5km sprint, visually impaired 3:25.09 2 Q 3:57.6 1 Q 4:05.2  
10km free, visually impaired 41:40.8  
Johanna Recktenwald
Guide: Valentin Haag
B2 1.5km sprint, visually impaired 3:36.66 5 Q 4:12.2 3 Did not advance
10km free, visually impaired 46:14.4 5
Leonie Maria Walter
Guide: Pirmin Strecker
B2 15km classical, visually impaired 54:08.8  
1.5km sprint, visually impaired 3:35.34 4 Q 4:09.0 2 Q 4:18.4 4
Anja Wicker LW10.5 1.5km sprint, sitting 2:52.27 6 Q 3:55.2 6 Did not advance
Relay
Athletes Event Time Rank
Anja Wicker
Leonie Maria Walter
Guide: Pirmin Strecker
Marco Maier
Nico Messinger
Guide: Robin Wunderle
4 × 2.5km mixed relay 27:50.1 5
Martin Fleig
Linn Kazmaier
Guide: Florian Baumann
Alexander Ehler
Johanna Recktenwald
Guide: Valentin Haag
4 × 2.5km open relay 31:40.1 8

SnowboardingEdit

Germany competed in snowboarding.[6]

Slalom
Men

Athlete Event Run 1 Run 2 Best Rank
Matthias Keller Banked slalom, SB-LL2 1:20.16 1:19.07 1:19.07 21
Manuel Ness Banked slalom, SB-LL2 1:19.73 1:19.15 1:19.15 22
Christian Schmiedt Banked slalom, SB-LL1 1:20.36 1:24.87 1:20.36 11

Snowboard cross
Men

Athlete Event Seeding Quarterfinal Semifinal Final
Run 1 Run 2 Best Seed
Time Rank Time Rank Position Position Position Rank
Matthias Keller Snowboard cross, SB-LL2 1:08.98 16 1:09.67 19 1:08.98 19 Did not advance
Manuel Ness Snowboard cross, SB-LL2 1:19.33 20 1:18.83 21 1:18.83 22 Did not advance
Christian Schmiedt Snowboard cross, SB-LL1 1:27.44 14 1:11.36 9 1:11.36 11 Q 3 Did not advance

Qualification legend: Q - Qualify to next round; FA - Qualify to medal final; FB - Qualify to consolation final

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Peking 2022: Ein junges Team im Umbruch". Team Deutschland Paralympics (in German). 28 January 2022. Retrieved 16 February 2022.
  2. ^ "Das Team Deutschland Paralympics für Peking". DBS (in German). Retrieved 16 February 2022.
  3. ^ "Alpine Skiing Results Book" (PDF). 2022 Winter Paralympics. Archived from the original (PDF) on 13 March 2022. Retrieved 13 March 2022.
  4. ^ "Biathlon Results Book" (PDF). 2022 Winter Paralympics. Archived from the original (PDF) on 15 March 2022. Retrieved 15 March 2022.
  5. ^ "Cross-country Skiing Results Book" (PDF). 2022 Winter Paralympics. Archived from the original (PDF) on 13 March 2022. Retrieved 15 March 2022.
  6. ^ "Snowboarding Results Book" (PDF). 2022 Winter Paralympics. Archived from the original (PDF) on 12 March 2022. Retrieved 12 March 2022.