Supported by

Movement or coordination affected in the legs to a moderate degree.

Movement and coordination mildly affected in both legs.

The absence of both lower legs.


LW3 biathletes have movement affected from a mild to moderate level in both legs, or limb absence.

All use two poles to push and two skis with a prosthetic legs if needed. They are evenly balanced and generate forward power mainly using their body and arms.