The 2022 Paralympic Games in Beijing have concluded and all the medals have been awarded.

Before the ceremonies were officially closed the final events were all team events.  In a historic event, the United States defeated Canada 5-0 to win the gold medal for the fourth straight time.  In four sled hockey games, the United States outscored their opponents 30-1.

Host country China dominated on the snow and took home a whopping 61 medals including the gold medal in Wheelchair Curling.  Four years ago at the games in Pyeongchang the Chinese earned a single medal.

Norwegian Alpine Skier Jesper Pedersen became the most successful Paralympian in Alpine Skiing with four gold and one silver medal.  He failed to land a podium spot in just one event.

American Oksana Masters won seven medals at the Beijing Paralympics.

The U.S. Cross-Country team had yet to win a gold medal in any event…until the final day of competition when they took the gold medal in the team relay event.

Austria’s Aigner siblings combined to win a grand total of nine medals in the games.  This was the family’s first Paralympic games for the teens.

While China dominated on the slopes, the Ukrainian team dominated in the Biathlon events winning a total of 22 medals – eight of them gold.

In the final medal count from the Beijing Paralympics:
China – 61
Ukraine – 29
Canada – 25
USA – 20
Germany – 19
Austria – 13
France – 12
Norway – 7
Japan – 7
Italy – 7
Sweden – 7
Slovakia – 6
Great Britain – 6
Finland – 4
New Zealand – 4
Netherlands – 4
Australia – 1
Kazakhstan – 1
Switzerland – 1