Another medal for PEI's Mark Arendz

South Korean wheelchair curlers celebrate after beating Britain 5-4 in a round-robin match at the Pyeong Chang Winter Paralympics at Gangneung Curling Centre in Gangneung Gangwon Province

South Korean wheelchair curlers celebrate after beating Britain 5-4 in a round-robin match at the Pyeong Chang Winter Paralympics at Gangneung Curling Centre in Gangneung Gangwon Province

The Belarusian biathlon team took fourth place in the medla table for biathlon in Pyeongchang (one gold, two silver, three bronze medals), trailing only Ukraine (14 medals), Russian Federation (11), and the U.S. (7). Earlier, she clinched bronze in the 15 km free race in cross-country skiing, gold in the 6 km biathlon race and silver in the 10km race. Team Canada won its only Paralympic title in 2006.

Six more medals were won in biathlon on the fourth day with 18-year-old Taras Rad demonstrating extreme competitiveness, overcoming American Daniel Cnossen in the men's 12.5-km sitting event, gaining time in his final turns and shooting a flawless 20 for 20, to win the gold medal by 1:01.7 seconds.

Despite the injury, she has continued to shine on the global stage, claiming cross-country gold medals in the 1.1km sprint and today's 5km event.

McKeever had a winning time of 23 minutes, 17.8 seconds. Dmitry Loban picked up another silver medal.

Mentel-Spee won gold in snowboard cross in 2014 and 2018 to go with her banked slalom gold Friday.

The country beat Italy 1-0 in the bronze medal match, cheered by the home crowd including South Korean President Moon Jae-in and First Lady Kim Jung-sook.

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Masters' five-medal haul in Pyeongchang has increased her Paralympic count to eight between Nordic skiing and rowing.

Wiklie and Young easily reached the podium.

She will lead the 74-member USA team at the Ceremony, which is scheduled to take place tomorrow at the Pyeongchang Olympic Stadium.

Dino Sokolovic has claimed Croatia's first ever gold medal at a Winter Paralympics with a sensational win in the Men's Slalom - Sitting event at the 2018 Winter Paralympics in PyeongChang, South Korea today. Arendz had a third place time of 24:27.1.

However, his second run time 47.42sec was better than anybody in the field. The Russian finished in 37:42.6, with a flawless performance. He already took bronze over 15 km.

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.

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