Germany at the 2010 Winter Paralympics

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Germany at the Paralympic Games

Flag of Germany
IPC code  GER
NPC National Paralympic Committee Germany
Website www.dbs-npc.de (German)
At the 2010 Winter Paralympics in Vancouver
Competitors 20 in 4 sports
Flag bearer Frank Hoefle[1]
Medals
Rank: 1
Gold
13
Silver
5
Bronze
6
Total
24
Paralympic history (summary)
Summer Games
Winter Games
Other related appearances
West Germany (1960–1988)
East Germany (1984)

Germany sent 20 competitors to compete in four disciplines at the 2010 Winter Paralympics in Vancouver, Canada. They placed first overall in the medal standings with a total of 13 gold medals.[2]

Alpine skiing - Paralympic pictogram.svg Alpine skiing[edit]

The Alpine Ski Team from Germany won a total of 15 medals.[3] The medalists are:

Biathlon - Paralympic pictogram.png Biathlon[edit]

The Biathlon team from Germany won a total of 5 medals at the 2010 Winter Paralympics.[4] The medalists are:

Cross-country skiing - Paralympic pictogram.png Cross-country skiing[edit]

The German athletes participating in the Cross-country skiing events won a total of 4 medals.[5] The medalists are:

Wheelchair curling - Paralympic pictogram.png Wheelchair curling[edit]

Germany competed in wheelchair curling. They placed last, with a score of 3-6, equaling the teams from Great Britain, Switzerland, Norway and Japan. Their results are:[6]

Squad list[7] Round robin[8] Tie-breaker Semifinal Final Rank
Result Rank

Jens Jaeger
Marcus Sieger
Jens Gaebel
Christiane Steger
Astrid Hoer

Norway W(10-6) T6 DNA DNA DNA T6
United States L(5-6)
Japan W(12-4)
Switzerland L(3-9)
Italy W(7-6)
Great Britain L(2-9)
Canada L(6-8)
South Korea L(2-9)
Sweden L(3-10)

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