"To me, there's two symbols for Team USA: the national anthem and the American flag", Schultz said in a statement.
"After discussion with the North, the two Koreas decided not to march together at the opening ceremony", the South's Yonhap news agency quoted the South Korean Paralympic Committee (KPC) as saying on Thursday.
He offered prayers "for peace and joy for all".
Apart from that slight difference, they will have to have passed the "strict criteria" to be eligible to compete.
The Athletes are racing to capture a spot on the podium in six qualifying sports- alpine skiing, biathlon, cross-country skiing, para ice hockey, snowboarding and wheelchair curling.
Gretsch said her victory was "pretty unexpected".
There was hardly any reaction when the Russian athletes entered the arena. This weekend, I have two more World Cups in Finland where I will try to lock in my spot for Korea.
American cross-country skier and biathlete Oksana Masters is also among the trio of athletes
As you can see in the video above, Badenhorst was absolutely rapt when Chef De Mission Nick Dean handed her the honour recently. The highest place, third, we had in Turin, writes UKRINFORM.
After seeing a need for better adaptive sports prosthetics, Schultz founded his company BioDapt Inc.in July 2010.
Nicholson broke his back in a car accident on Dec. 18, 1987 - the night of his high school prom. This means their gold-medal performance will stand as the last time the pair competed together on Olympic ice. I meant that's kind of like my gold medal. It remains unclear if the US would scale down its position and agree to sit across the negotiating table to discuss North Korea's denuclearisation.
Schornstein has Erb's palsy due a malfunction during birth that has left his right arm paralyzed.
It proved to be the trigger for a series of conciliatory steps between the two Koreas, who remain technically at war, culminating in Thursday's announcement at the White House.
The United States, with 68 athletes, brought the largest team, followed by Canada (52) and Japan (38), while Georgia and Tajikistan joins North Korea in making their Winter Paralympic debuts. In Sochi 2014, despite crashing and tearing a ligament, Schornstein continued racing and came eighth. Wrapping up their 20-year partnership with a world record score and becoming the most decorated figure skaters in Olympic history is about as storybook as it can get. "We, as Canadians, are known as very loveable people so I'm very proud of who we are".