Brian McKeever's historic gold-medal performance on the third day of competition brought Canada's medal count to seven at the 2018 Paralympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea. This time he claimed the medal in the 20 km cross-country skiing.
Ukraine, Canada, Germany, Slovakia, and Switzerland each won a gold on the first day to join the three winter sports powerhouses atop the medal table.
Team USA earned two gold medals four years ago, but on Saturday in South Korea the United States stood atop the podium three times, including in both men's and women's biathlon. This takes New Zealand to two medals overall, following Corey Peters' bronze on Saturday in the Men's Downhill Sitting event.
The first US gold of these Paralympics was the first USA gold in the biathlon, with Kendall Gretsch winning the women's 6km sitting biathlon, with teammate Oksana Masters capturing the bronze.
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Cnossen, a former U.S Navy Seal, came first in the men's sit ski. The bronze-medal game is Friday at 11 p.m. and the gold-medal game is Saturday at 11 p.m. Oksana Masters of the United States won silver, beating Lidzia Hrafeyeva of Belarus who took the bronze.
Team USA also won gold with Andrew Kurka winning the men's sitting downhill skiing. Jallen 8th in the standing downhill and 10th in the super-G.
Stephanie Jallen of the USA competes in the Standing Women's Super-G in Alpine Skiing at the Jeongseon Alpine Centre at the Paralympic Winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, Sunday, March 11, 2018. Hosts South Korea entertained the crowd in ice sledge hockey group match with a 4-1 victory over Japan.