Australia at the 1992 Winter Paralympics
|Australia at the Paralympic Games|
|At the 1992 Winter Paralympics in Tignes-Albertville|
|Competitors||5 in 1 sport|
|Paralympic history (summary)|
Australia competed at the 1992 Winter Paralympics. Australia won their first winter medals at the Paralympics games held in 1992. Michael Milton won Australia's first gold with a win in the Men's Slalom LW2. Milton also won a silver medal in the Men's Super G LW2. At these Games, Australia was represented by 5 male athletes.
|Gold||Milton, MichaelMichael Milton||Alpine Skiing||Men's Slalom LW2|
|Silver||Milton, MichaelMichael Milton||Alpine Skiing||Men's Super-G LW2|
|Bronze||Norton, MichaelMichael Norton||Alpine Skiing||Men's Slalom LW11|
|Bronze||Munk, DavidDavid Munk||Alpine Skiing||Men's Super-G LW11|
Team officials were:
Manager/Head Coach - Graeme Morris ; Assistant Coach - Dean Sheppard ; Team Assistants - Eddie Jesiolowski, David Howells, Alan Dean
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|Kyrra Grunnsund||Men's Giant Slalom LW4||2:28.29||7|
|Men's Slalom LW4||1:25.50||8|
|Rod Hacon||Men's Giant Slalom LW11||DNF|
|Men's Slalom LW11||DNF|
|Michael Milton||Men's Downhill LW2||1:17.39||7|
|Men's Giant Slalom LW2||2:28.15||4|
|Men's Slalom LW2||1:14.11|
|Men's Super-G LW2||1:26.62|
|David Munk||Men's Downhill LW11||DNF|
|Men's Giant Slalom LW11||DNF|
|Men's Super-G LW11||1:39.67|
|Michael Norton||Men's Downhill LW11||DNF|
|Men's Slalom LW11||1:55.68|
- Australia at the Winter Paralympics
- 1992 Winter Paralympics
- Australia at the 1992 Summer Paralympics
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