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Paralympics roll of honour
All the medals for the leading nations at previous Paralympic Games.

SYDNEY 2000

Medal table
Gold Silver Bronze Total
1. Australia 63 39 47 149
2. Great Britain 41 43 47 131
3. Spain 39 30 38 107
4. Canada 38 33 25 96
5. USA 36 39 34 109
6. China 34 22 16 72
7. France 30 28 28 86
8. Poland 19 22 12 53
9. South Korea 18 7 7 32
10. Germany 15 42 38 95

GB medals by sport
Gold Silver Bronze Total
Archery 1 2 0 3
Athletics 16 14 18 48
Boccia 1 0 0 1
Cycling 0 2 0 2
Equestrian 5 0 2 7
Judo 0 0 1 1
Powerlifting 2 0 1 3
Shooting 1 0 1 2
Swimming 15 24 23 62
Table Tennis 0 1 1 2

3,843 athletes from 123 countries took part and disabilities included were spinal cord injuries, amputees, vision impairment, celebral palsy, les autres and mental disabilities.

ATLANTA 1996

Medal table
Gold Silver Bronze Total
1. USA 46 46 65 157
2. Australia 42 37 27 106
3. Germany 40 58 51 149
4. Great Britain 39 42 41 122
5. Spain 39 31 36 106
6. France 35 29 31 95
7. Canada 24 21 24 95
8. Holland 17 11 17 45
9. China 16 13 10 39
10. Japan 14 10 12 36

3,195 athletes from 103 countries took part and disabilities included were spinal cord injuries, amputees, vision impairment, celebral palsy and les autres.

BARCELONA 1992

Medal table
Gold Silver Bronze Total
1. USA 76 52 48 176
2. Germany 61 50 60 171
3. Great Britain 40 47 41 128
4. France 36 36 33 105
5. Spain 34 31 42 107
6. Canada 28 21 26 75
7. Australia 24 27 25 76
8. Unified Team 17 14 15 46
9. Holland 13 15 11 39
10. Norway 13 13 7 33

3,020 athletes from 82 countries took part and disabilities included were spinal cord injuries, amputees, vision impairment, celebral palsy and les autres.

SEOUL 1988

Medal table
Gold Silver Bronze Total
1. USA 92 91 85 268
2. Germany (FRG) 77 64 48 189
3. Great Britain 62 66 51 179
4. Canada 54 42 57 153
5. France 45 48 49 142
6. Sweden 42 38 22 102
7. South Korea 40 35 19 94
8. Holland 30 23 29 82
9. Denmark 25 18 22 65
10. Australia 23 34 37 94

3,053 athletes from 61 countries took part and disabilities included were spinal cord injuries, amputees, vision impairment, celebral palsy and les autres.

STOKE MANDEVILLE & NEW YORK 1984

Medal table
Gold Silver Bronze Total
1. USA 101 91 84 276
2. Great Britain 75 80 85 240
3. Sweden 51 30 22 103
4. Canada 48 52 49 149
5. Germany 44 42 29 115
6. Holland 44 40 17 101
7. France 37 39 23 99
8. Australia 29 38 26 93
9. Norway 22 24 20 66
10. Denmark 22 6 11 39

4,080 athletes from 42 countries took part and disabilities included were spinal cord injuries, amputees, vision impairment and celebral palsy.

ARNHEM 1980

Medal table
Gold Silver Bronze Total
1. USA 62 58 54 174
2. Germany 61 47 41 149
3. Canada 53 27 31 111
4. Poland 51 51 47 149
5. Great Britain 43 29 20 92
6. Holland 32 27 33 92
7. Sweden 25 35 24 84
8. France 25 23 24 72
9. Mexico 20 16 4 40
10. Israel 12 18 11 41

2,500 athletes from 42 countries took part and disabilities included were spinal cord injuries, amputees, vision impairment and celebral palsy.

TORONTO 1976

Medal table
Gold Silver Bronze Total
1. USA 66 44 45 155
2. Holland 45 25 14 84
3. Israel 49 13 16 68
4. Germany 37 33 26 96
5. Great Britain 29 29 36 94
6. Canada 25 26 26 77
7. Poland 24 17 12 53
8. France 23 22 14 59
9. Poland 24 17 12 53
10. Austria 18 16 17 51

1600 athletes from 42 countries took part and disabilities included were spinal cord injuries, vision impairment and les autres.

HEIDELBERG 1972

Medal table
Gold Silver Bronze Total
1. Germany 28 15 24 67
2. USA 17 28 28 73
3. South Africa 16 12 13 41
4. Great Britain 15 15 20 50
5. Holland 14 13 11 38
6. Poland 14 12 7 33
7. France 10 8 12 30
8. Israel 9 10 9 28
9. Italy 8 3 5 16
10. Jamaica 8 3 4 15

1000 athletes from 44 countries took part and disabilities included were just spinal cord injuries.

TEL AVIV 1968

Medal table
Gold Silver Bronze Total
1. USA 33 27 39 99
2. Great Britain 27 21 20 68
3. Israel 17 21 25 63
4. Australia 15 16 7 38
5. France 14 9 9 32
6. Italy 13 10 15 38
7. Holland 12 4 4 20
8. West Germany 12 12 11 31
9. Argentina 11 10 10 31
10. South Africa 9 10 7 26

750 athletes from 29 countries took part and disabilities included were just spinal cord injuries.

TOKYO 1964

Medal table
Gold Silver Bronze Total
1. USA 50 41 31 122
2. Great Britain 18 23 19 60
3. Italy 14 15 24 53
4. Australia 11 11 8 30
5. Rhodesia 10 5 2 17
6. South Africa 8 8 3 19
7. Israel 7 3 10 20
8. Argentina 6 15 16 37
9. West Germany 5 2 3 10
10. Holland 4 6 3 13

390 athletes from 22 countries took part and disabilities included were just spinal cord injuries.

ROME 1960

Medal table
Gold Silver Bronze Total
1. USA 29 7 7 43
2. Great Britain 19 16 18 53
3. France 15 1 3 19
4. Australia 11 4 1 16
5. Rhodesia 10 1 2 13
6. Belgium 8 1 0 9
7. Ireland 4 0 0 4
8. West Germany 3 0 0 4
9. Italy 2 29 25 56
10. Holland 2 6 0 8

400 athletes from 23 countries took part and disabilities included were just spinal cord injuries.




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