Sweden at the Paralympics

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 at the
Paralympics
Flag of Sweden.svg
IPC codeSWE
NPCSwedish Parasports Federation
Medals
Gold
261
Silver
259
Bronze
216
Total
736
Summer appearances
Winter appearances

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

Medal tablesEdit

Medals by Summer GamesEdit

GamesGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1960 Rome0000
1964 Tokyo0011
1968 Tel-Aviv16411
1972 Heidelberg56617
1976 Toronto22272473
1980 Arnhem31362491
1984 New York834334160
1988 Seoul423823103
1992 Barcelona16331968
1996 Atlanta12141137
2000 Sydney561021
2004 Athens87621
2008 Beijing53412
2012 London44412
2016 Rio de Janeiro14510
Totals (15 games)235227175637

Medals by Winter GamesEdit

GamesGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1976 Örnsköldsvik*67720
1980 Geilo53816
1984 Innsbruck72514
1988 Innsbruck37515
1992 Tignes-Albertsville1124
1994 Lillehammer3328
1998 Nagano0156
2002 Salt Lake City0639
2006 Turin0011
2010 Vancouver0022
2014 Sochi1214
2018 Pyeongchang0101
Totals (12 games)263341100

Medals by summer sportEdit

GamesGoldSilverBronzeTotal
  Archery45312
  Athletics555235142
  Dartchery1001
  Equestrian4048
  Goalball0145
  Judo0011
  Powerlifting5027
  Shooting23101649
  Swimming*10511374292
  Table tennis17262366
  Volleyball0112
  Weightlifting66012
  Wheelchair basketball0011
  Wheelchair fencing0202
  Wheelchair tennis6017
Totals (15 games)226216165607

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit