Two ice sports - para ice hockey and wheelchair curling - offer one gold medal each. "This is a talented team of strong competitors and we are heading to PyeongChang looking to be leaders both on and off the field of play. But we'll be able to meet our target if athletes and members of the delegation get the best out of ourselves". "We are less than two weeks away now from the Games, and we are excited and ready to get started".
Under IPC rules, flags of a "non-participating country" are forbidden from the stands at the Paralympic Games.
United Kingdom viewers can catch the 2018 Paralympics on Channel Four.
13-time Paralympic medalist and Paralympic Hall of Fame member Chris Waddell (alpine skiing), as well as veteran snowboarding reporter Tina Dixon, and 2006 Olympic curling bronze medalist Pete Fenson, will also serve as analysts.
At last month's inter-Korean talks, the North said it would send a 150-member delegation made up of athletes, musicians and cheerleaders to the Paralympics.
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Eighteen athletes who will represent Team USA in PyeongChang will have also represented the U.S.as military veterans and active duty service members.
Which Team USA athletes are competing at the 2018 Paralympics?Following behind is Alberta with 10, British Columbia with nine, Quebec with seven, Manitoba with three, Saskatchewan with three, and Prince Edward Island with two.
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The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) has approved 30 Russian athletes for the 2018 PyeongChang Games, where they will be obliged to perform under the name "Neutral Paralympic Athletes" (NPA). Full broadcast details will be announced shortly so all Canadians can witness the greatness of Canada's Paralympians.
PyeongChang's organizing committee said 570 athletes from 49 countries had registered for the March 9-18 competition as of Saturday. Approximately 670 athletes from around the world will compete in a total of 80 medal events.