Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 - U.S. School Leaderboard

    Silver medal Chelsea McClammer, Gold medal Tatyana McFadden and Bronze medal Amanda McGrory of the United States celebrate the triple american podium in the Women's 5000m - T54 Final on day 8 of the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games at the Olympic Stadium on September 15, 2016 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Photo by Buda Mendes/Getty Images)

    The USOPC built a U.S. school leaderboard to aid schools and conferences as they monitor their Team USA medal-winning performances in Tokyo. Unlike Team USA’s full Paralympic medal count, which tallies one medal per team sport, the below leaderboard identifies which athletes have medaled and tallies one medal per school per athlete. In team sports like wheelchair basketball, several schools had multiple medalists.

    NOTE: For a full breakdown of the 2020 Paralympic Games U.S. school leaderboard, please review the below database. Utilize Ctrl+Shift+Enter to view the raw data once within the report or view the 2020 Paralympic Games U.S. school leaderboard raw data.

    As part of its Olympians Made Here collegiate solidarity campaign, the USOPC provided school and conference communicators with resources to aid their Paralympic Games coverage. Please review the below information as you celebrate your Team USA student-athletes in Tokyo.

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