The Beijing 2022 Paralympics or the Winter Paralympics 2022 is the first edition of the Paralympic Games to be held in China. The event took place from 4th March to 13th March 2022 and was hosted by the city of Beijing. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) awarded Beijing with hosting rights for the Winter Paralympics in July 2015. This resulted from a bidding process that had been open since 2013. The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) organized the 13th Winter Paralympic 2022 sports. Top Paralympians Participated in Beijing 2022 Paralympics Approximately 700 of the world's foremost Paralympic competitors went to China, the host country, for the winter and summer Paralympic Games. These contestants participated in 78 diverse types of Winter Paralympic 2022 events across six games, segmented into two divisions, such as -Ice Sports -Snow Sports As reported by Hayes Creech from Olympics 2022, these are the top athletes who have participated in the Winter Paralympic 2022 events. \tBilly Bridges \tLisa Bunschoten \tDan Cnossen \tBrittani Coury \tCui Yutao \tDeclan Farmer \tIna Forrest \tJung Seung-hwan \tMac Marcoux \tOksana Masters \tBrian McKeever \tMelissa Perrine \tMichal Vapenka \tThomas Walsh Winter Paralympic 2022 Medal List Podium Sweeps https://www.paralympic.org/beijing-2022/results/medalstandings Here is the link for detailed information regarding which country won how many gold, silver, and bronze medals in Beijing 2022 Paralympics, based on each specific sport. China, the host nation, took home the most medals with 61, including 18 gold, breaking records as one of the most victorious Asian countries at a solitary Winter Paralympics 2022 with the most overall medals (gold, silver, and bronze). Ukraine achieved second place by gaining 29 medals, including 11 gold medals, while Canada remained in third place with 25 medals, eight of which were gold, repeating their record of third place from 2010, 2014, and 2018. Further Reading \t \t \t Exclusive Entrepreneur Story on Advanced Analytics and Research Lab (AAARL) by Eric Huang \t C-Suite Executive Assistant, Claudette Darrell shares her Success Beliefs \t How is Maria Sharapova Using her Tennis Career Learnings in her Second Innings?