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Albertville 1992 Paralympic Winter Games

Top 10 Medal Standings
Rank NPC Gold Medals Gold Medals Gold Medals
1USAUSA20169
2GERGER12179
3EUNEUN1083
4AUTAUT839
5FINFIN734
6FRAFRA649
7NORNOR554
8SUISUI384
9CANCAN246
10POLPOL203
11NZLNZL200
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Host City: Albertville, France
Dates: 25 March - 2 April 1992
Events: 79 in 3 sports
Countries: 24
Participants[note]: 365 (288 men and 77 women) [→ show more]
- Youngest: n/a
- Oldest: n/a
Most Medals (Athlete): 8 athletes with 4 medals [→ show more]
Most Medals (Countries): United States of America (45 medals)

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Sport Competition Dates Venue Events NPCs Participants[note]
Alpine Skiing4823212→ Events
Biathlon41245→ Events
Cross-Country2718150→ Events

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