When Brian McKeever looks back at the race that made him Canada's most decorated winter Paralympian, he'll remember it as one of his most hard.
Skier Adam Hall has swept to New Zealand's second medal at the Winter Paralympics in Pyeongchang.
"I blocked all that out back then and I've watched these guys over three and a half years so I know what they're going to do on the day".
The 30-year-old finished seventh of the 32 competitors in the earlier men's super-G standing event, but after finishing third in the men's slalom standing event, he leapt up the aggregate table to take the bronze medal. Find out which one's the best for you.
"I really want to show everyone that it can be done and all you have to do is put in the effort and put in the time and trust the process". "It was something that Kim Yu-na did (at the Olympics), and I had nothing to show".
"It was super good today. That's what helped out". On Sunday, the Nordic skier collected a silver medal for cross-country skiing. In the asset of our team is now number 15 awards - five gold, four silver and six bronze.
Nishikawa led the first eight kilometres of the race and switched off to Kennedy just before the halfway point. Jepsen clinched her third medal of PyeongChang 2018 with a bronze in the giant slalom. "I knew there were some exhausted guys, so I went for it from the start and tried to put some pressure on. Unfortunately, I had the one miss and it made it a tight and interesting race".
"I'll take any colour, any colour at all. But like I said there was just too much of a margin to make up".
Brittany Hudak (Prince Albert, SK) gave Canada its top finish in women's biathlon, coming in fifth in the standing 10KM event.
Canada's wheelchair curling squad continued to live up to its reputation as comeback artists in Pyeongchang.