At the Winter Paralympics in PyeongChang, the Belarusian athlete Svetlana Sakhanenko claimed the gold in the 15km Freestyle ski race for athletes with visual impairment. He held this for several more competitors before slipping down into silver and then finally bronze, 4.76s behind the gold medalist Aleksei Bugaev, a Neutral Paralympic Athlete. This is New Zealand's 30th winter Paralympic medal and New Zealand's 220th Paralympic medal overall, summer and winter.
Taras finished ahead of US athletes Daniel Cnossen and Andrew Soule who took silver and bronze respectively. On Tuesday, he earned ninth place in the men's 12.5km sitting biathlon. Collin Cameron of Canada took bronze, which was also unpredicted.
Para athlete from Russia Valery Redkozubov has clinched bronze in the Alpine Skiing Visually Impaired Men's Super Combined at the Paralympic Winter Games in PyeongChang.
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Mollie Jepsen, from Vancouver, won Canada's first medal, a bronze in the women's standing downhill and Mac Marcoux of Sault Ste.
Patmore easily beat Italian Manuel Pozzerle in the two-man final of the upper limb disability class on Monday to win Australia's first medal of the Games.
German skier Anna Schaffelhuber, who had won five gold medals in Sochi four years ago, took a good start, winning a gold in the women's sitting downhill skiing. They lost 7-5 to South Korea and 8-1 to Great Britain to fall to 3-2.