"You make a dream or goal, and you can achieve it, whether it's starting from the smallest province or a small town, you can get onto the world stage, you can win Paralympic titles".
In the men's 10 kilometre standing cross country skiing division, Mark Arendz of Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island won his second career medal in cross-country skiing at the Paralympic Winter Games and seventh medal overall (other five came in biathlon) when he finished third.
The Chinese team then displayed their stunning form as Chen, the third player, made a precise draw around six guards to sit in the four-foot as shot stone, which Norway failed to clear with its last two attempts, awarding China its first-ever gold medal in the Winter Paralympic Games.
Lysova performed in pair with sighted guide Alexey Ivanov.
Brittani Coury will bring a medal home to Durango from the 2018 Winter Paralympic Games.
"She is somebody I obviously think about day in and day out, so to be able to pay that tribute to her and be double paralympic champion". With Canada's Para hockey team facing the U.S.in Sunday's final, Canada is guaranteed a best-ever finish.
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Mentel-Spee won gold in snowboard cross in 2014 and 2018 to go with her banked slalom gold Friday.
The gold comes eight years to the day since he won the same discipline at the 2010 Paralympics in Vancouver.
The 28-year-old from Hartsville, P.E.I., finally captured the one medal missing from his Paralympic collection.
She also won silver in the 6km and 12.5km biathlon competitions, and bronze in the 12km cross-country event. Ukraine stands a solid chance of surpassing 20-plus medals at these Games. Arendz shot a flawless 20-for-20, and finished in 42 minutes 52.2 seconds. Her team mate Lisa Bunschoten took bronze.
He is the victor of the Whang Yuon Dai Achievement Award, awarded to just one male and one female athlete at each summer and winter Paralympics since 1988.