All-time Paralympic Games medal table
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) itself does not publish all-time tables, and publishes unofficial tables only per single Games. This table was thus compiled by adding up single entries from the IPC database.
The results are attributed to the IPC country code as currently displayed by the IPC database. Usually, a single code corresponds to a single National Paralympic Committee (NPC). When different codes are displayed for different years, medal counts are combined in the case of a simple change of IPC code (such as from RHO to ZIM for Zimbabwe) or simple change of country name (such as from Ceylon to Sri Lanka). As the medals are attributed to each NPC, not all totals include medals won by athletes from that country for another NPC, such as before independence of that country (see individual footnotes for special cases such as combined teams). Names in italic are national entities that no longer exist.
The table is pre-sorted by the name of each Paralympic Committee, but can be displayed as sorted by any other column, such as the total number of gold medals or total number of overall medals. To sort by gold, silver, and then bronze (as used unofficially by the IPC and by most broadcasters outside the US) sort first by the bronze column, then the silver, and then the gold. Medal totals in this table are current as of the 2016 Summer Paralympics in Rio
NPCs without medals
National Paralympic Committees that have not yet won a Paralympic medal.
|Team (IPC code)||№ Summer||№ Winter||№ Games|
|Antigua and Barbuda (ANT)||2||0||2|
|Burkina Faso (BUR)||6||0||6|
|Central African Republic (CAF)||4||0||4|
|DR Congo (COD)||2||0||2|
|Costa Rica (CRC)||6||0||6|
|El Salvador (ESA)||5||0||5|
|The Gambia (GAM)||2||0||2|
|Individual Paralympic Athletes (IPA)||1||0||1|
|Independent Paralympic Athletes (API)||1||0||1|
|North Korea (PRK)||2||0||2|
|San Marino (SMR)||2||0||2|
|São Tomé and Príncipe (STP)||1||0||1|
|Sierra Leone (SLE)||3||0||3|
|Solomon Islands (SOL)||2||0||2|
|South Sudan (SSD)||1||0||1|
|Virgin Islands (ISV)||2||0||2|
- All-time Olympic Games medal table
- Lists of Paralympic medalists
- List of multiple Paralympic gold medalists
- "Results, Rankings & Records | IPC". Paralympic.org. Retrieved 2014-02-10.
- Does not include totals of Chinese Taipei (TPE) or Hong Kong (HKG).
- Totals not combined with those of Czechoslovakia (TCH) Competed 1960–1992.
- Competed 1960–1992. Does not include medals won by the Czech Republic (CZE) or Slovakia (SVK) (1994–current).
- Prior to 1990 also called West Germany (FRG). Does not include the totals from East Germany (GDR).
- Recognized as separate NOC from 1968–1988, first entry in 1984. Totals not combined with those of Germany (GER).
- Includes all medals won by athletes representing the Hong Kong National Olympic Committee, designated as Hong Kong from 1960–1996 and Hong Kong, China since 2000.
- Individual Yugoslav athletes taking part in the 1992 Summer Paralympics because Yugoslavia was under UN sanctions. Totals not combined with those of Yugoslavia (YUG).
- Great Britain (2012-09-09). "Summary of Paralympic Games Appearances - Israel (1960-2008)". London2012.com. Retrieved 2014-02-10.
- Great Britain (2012-09-09). "Israel's medals count". London 2012. Retrieved 2014-02-10.
- Competed 1994–current. Totals not combined with those of the Soviet Union (URS).
- Does not include medals won by athletes from the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (YUG, 1996–2000).
- Competed 1960–1988. Does not include the totals from the Unified Team (EUN, 1992), nor the totals from pre- and post-Soviet republics (RUS, UKR, etc.).
- Team of several Commonwealth of Independent States nations that competed together in 1992 after the breakup of the Soviet Union. Totals not combined with those of the Soviet Union (URS).
- Includes medals won by athletes from the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (1960–1992 Winter) and the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia (1996–2000), all of which used the name "Yugoslavia" and the country code YUG. Does not include medals won by Serbia and Montenegro (SCG, 2002–2006) or of any other ex-SFRY nation that have won medals since 1992 (CRO, SLO, BIH, MKD). Also does not include medals won by Yugoslav athletes competing as Independent Olympic Participants at the 1992 Summer Olympics (IOP).
- All-Time Medal-Tally (Summer Paralympics) as of Beijing 2008, International Paralympic Committee (IPC)