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2022 Paralympic Winter Games: Team USA Medal Count

The 2022 Paralympic Winter Games have officially come to a close with the United States racking up a total of 20 medals. The Games took in Beijing, China from Friday, March 4 through Sunday, March 13 featuring approximately 564 athletes competing across six sports (78 total medal events). See below to find out every single medal won by Team USA at the 2022 Paralympic Winter Games. Sign up for Peacock now and live stream every moment.

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Team United States Medal Count: 20

  • Gold Medals: 6
  • Silver Medals: 11
  • Bronze Medals: 3

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Medals won by Team USA so far at the 2022 Paralympic Winter Games:

  • Oksana Masters (Louisville, KY) – Gold medal in Para Biathlon Women’s 6km Sprint – Sitting
  • Kendall Gretsch (Downers Grove, IL) – Bronze medal in Para Biathlon Women’s 6km Sprint – Sitting

  • Jake Adicoff (Sun Valley, ID) – Silver medal in Para Cross-Country Skiing Men’s 20km Classic Style – Visually Impaired
  • Sydney Peterson (Lake Elmo, MN) – Silver medal in Para Cross-Country Skiing Women’s 15km Classic Style – Standing
  • Oksana Masters (Louisville, KY) – Silver medal in Para Cross-Country Skiing Women’s 15km – Sitting
  • Mike Schultz (St. Cloud, MN) – Silver medal in Men’s Para Snowboard Cross – Lower Limb 1 Impaired
  • Garrett Geros (Cartersville, GA) – Silver medal in Men’s Para Snowboard Cross – Lower Limb 2 Impaired

  • Brenna Huckaby (Baton Rouge, LA) – Bronze medal in Women’s Para Snowboard Cross – Lower Limb 2 Impaired
  • Kendall Gretsch (Downers Grove, IL) – Gold medal in Para Biathlon Women’s 10km Middle – Sitting
  • Oksana Masters (Louisville, KY) – Silver medal in Para Biathlon Women’s 10km Middle – Sitting
  • Sydney Peterson (Lake Elmo, MN) – Bronze medal in Para Cross-Country Skiing Women’s Sprint Freestyle – Standing
  • Jake Adicoff (Sun Valley, ID) – Silver medal in Para Cross-Country Skiing Men’s Sprint Freestyle – Visually Impaired
  • Oksana Masters (Louisville, KY) – Silver medal in Para Cross-Country Skiing Women’s Sprint – Sitting
  • Thomas Walsh (Vail, CO) – Silver medal in Para Alpine Skiing Men’s Giant Slalom – Standing
  • Brenna Huckaby (Baton Rouge, THE) – Gold medal in Para Snowboard Women’s Banked Slalom – Lower Limb 2 Impaired
  • Oksana Masters (Louisville, KY) – Gold medal in Para Biathlon Women’s 12.5km Individual – Sitting
  • Kendall Gretsch (Downers Grove, IL) – Silver medal in Para Biathlon Women’s 12.5km Individual – Sitting
  • United States (Mixed) – Gold medal in Para Ice Hockey
  • United States (Mixed) – Gold medal in Para Cross Country Skiing Mixed 4 x 2.5km Relay
  • Oksana Masters (Louisville, KY) – Silver medal in Para Cross Country Skiing Women’s 7.5km – Sitting

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NBC Universal will provide over 230 hours of Paralympic programming across NBC, Peacock, USA Network, Olympic Channel, NBCOlympics.com, and the NBC Sports App.

In its most ambitious effort ever for a Winter Paralympics, NBCU’s coverage, which will once again be presented by Toyota, will feature a record 120 hours of television coverage; seven total hours on the NBC broadcast network, including three in primetime, a first for a Winter Paralympics; similar to the Beijing Olympics, coverage of all events and competition on Peacock; live coverage of the Opening Ceremony and Closing Ceremony on USA Network; and comprehensive live streaming coverage on NBCOlympics.com and the NBC Sports app via authentication, including all television coverage as well as exclusive coverage of alpine skiing, biathlon, cross-country skiing, sled hockey, snowboarding, and wheelchair curling.

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