Team USA’s final medal Paralympic medal count ended up at 104, with 37 golds. Both figures rank as the second-highest in history, surpassed only by the 115 medals and 40 golds the Americans won five years ago in Rio.

Amputee athletes made up about a third of Team USA’s overall Paralympic contingent, and they brought home roughly one-third of the medals. In total, 23 amputees won individual medals, and more than a dozen contributed to medal-winning teams or relays. Here’s a quick summary of how the individual medals broke down:

Gold: Nine winners, 11 medals (Jessica Long and Oksana Masters won two each)
Silver: Six winners, 7 medals (Jessica Long won two)
Bronze: Eight winners, 9 medals (Julia Gaffney won two)

When we include the team sports and relays, more than 40 American amputees who competed in Tokyo are coming home with a medal. The two most prolific podium finishers were Jessica Long (six medals) and Elizabeth Marks (three); Marks was the only US amputee to set a world record at the Games.

The full list of US amputee medalists is below, organized by sport. (Click here for a complete list of all US Paralympic medal winners from all classifications.)

AMPUTEE PARALYMPIC MEDALS: Swimming (15)

GOLD
Hannah Aspden, 100m backstroke S9
Mikaela Jenkins, 100m butterfly S10
Jessica Long, 100m butterfly S8
Jessica Long, 200m individual medley S8
Elizabeth Marks, 100m backstroke S6 (world record)
Morgan Stickney, 400m freestyle S8

SILVER
Jessica Long, 100m breaststroke SB7
Jessica Long, 400m freestyle S8
Elizabeth Marks, 50m freestyle S6
Lizzi Smith, 100m butterfly S9

BRONZE
Julia Gaffney, 100m backstroke S7
Julia Gaffney, 400m freestyle S7
Jessica Long, 100m backstroke S8
Elizabeth Marks, 50m butterfly S6
Matthew Torres, 400m freestyle S8

AMPUTEE PARALYMPIC MEDALS: Athletics (6)

GOLD
Jeremy Campbell, discus F64: 4th career gold
Sam Grewe, high jump F63: 1st career gold, 2nd overall

BRONZE
Josh Cinnamo, shot put F46
Trenten Merrill, long jump F64
Jarryd Wallace, 200m T64
Hunter Woodhall, 400m T62

AMPUTEE PARALYMPIC MEDALS: Triathlon (3)

GOLD
Allysa Seely, PTS2

SILVER
Hailey Danz, PTS2
Grace Norman, PTS5

AMPUTEE PARALYMPIC MEDALS: Cycling (2)

GOLD
Oksana Masters, time trial H4-5
Oksana Masters, road race H5

AMPUTEE PARALYMPIC MEDALS: Canoe (1)

SILVER
Blake Haxton, VL2

AMPUTEE PARALYMPIC MEDALS: Teams and Relays

GOLD
Men’s wheelchair basketball (Brian Bell, Trevon Jenifer, Jorge Sanchez)
Swimming 4×100 medley (Aspden, Jenkins, Long, Stickney)
Women’s sitting volleyball (Heather Erickson, Annie Flood, Katie Holloway, Monique Matthews, Nichole Millage, Alexis Shifflett, Lora Webster, Jillian Williams, Bethany Zummo)

SILVER
Wheelchair rugby (Korey Puderbaugh, Ray Hennagir)

BRONZE
Women’s wheelchair basketball (Bailey Moody)
Cycling mixed relay H1-5 (Freddie de los Santos)

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