Great Britain at the 2006 Winter Paralympics

Great Britain At The 2006 Winter Paralympics

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Great Britain at the 2006 Winter Paralympics

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Great Britain competed at the 2006 Winter Paralympics in Turin, Italy. The team was able to be made up of athletes from the whole United Kingdom; athletes from Northern Ireland, who elected to hold Irish citizenship under the pre-1999 article 2 of the Irish constitution, were eligible to represent either Great Britain or Ireland at the Paralympics. However no Northern Irish athletes took part in the Winter Paralympics for either team until 2010 in Vancouver. All competitors had disabilities that were organised into one of five Paralympic categories for the Games.

Great Britain entered a total of twenty athletes at the Games; three individuals in alpine skiing and teams of twelve athletes in ice sledge hockey and five athletes in wheelchair curling. The team won a single silver medal, in the debut sport of wheelchair curling, and finished seventeenth in the medal table. In addition to the medal there were top ten finishes from Sean Rose and Liz Miller, in alpine skiing, and the ice sledge hockey team.


Great Britain placed seventeenth in the medal table with a single silver medal and zero gold or bronze medals. In the 'by discipline' sections below, medallists' names are in......
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