Toby Kane took out the Bronze medal in the 'Super Combined' event.
- This second part of the super combined event had been postponed after weather conditions were unfavourable earlier in the week.
- Toby was reaching speeds of close to 120km during the giant slalom component (or the GS). To put this in perspective, you'd probably incur a speeding ticket if you were traveling at speeds like this along the highway.
- His efforts have been recognised with the awarding of the prestigious IPC Whang Dai Achievement Medal for excellence. The medal was presented at the Closing Ceremony in front of more than 40,000 people and a global television audience.
Bronze Medal to Jess Gallagher in the giant slalom event.
- Jess, a visually impaired athlete (with vision of less than 5m) followed up her bronze medal in Vancouver with bronze again in the giant slalom event for visual impairment.
- In between winter Paralympics, Jess also represented Australia in the Summer Paralympics in 2012.
Mitchell Gourley, a left arm below elbow amputee, put in some great performances and was unlucky to miss out on a medal finishing 5th in the Men's Super Combined - just 0.24 seconds behind team mate Toby Kane.
Opening ceremony flag bearer Cameron Rahles-Rabula was ruled out of the games with injuries he sustained in a training run just days before the start of the. The 2014 Games were Cameron's last games after announcing his retirement.
Melissa Perrin and guide Andy Borrow faced a number of setbacks through the games including a disqualification in the Women's Super combined Slalom event and 3 DNFs. It was not all bad news for Mel, with a fourth in the Women's downhill event.
Australia's youngest team member (at the age of 14!) and flag bearer at the closing ceremony recorded a 10th in the snowboard cross event. More than 30 athletes competed in the snowboard cross event - once of the most contested events on the program
Trent, a below knee amputee and acquired brain injury, finished 20th in the men's snowboard cross event
Australia's first female sit ski athlete competed in two events - the 'Women's Slalom' and (finishing 8th overall) and the 'Women's Giant Slalom' event (finishing 10th overall). Victoria took to the snow with style and confidence!