PyeongChang Winter Paralympics

PyeongChang Winter Paralympics Medals

The first weekend of the PyeongChang Winter Paralympics was quite eventful. We’ve already seen 20 medal ceremonies being held to honour the first couple of athletes who outperformed fellow competitors and it doesn’t end here. We know that you want to stay informed on the winners of the games and therefore we’ll be your newsfeed on everything Winter Olympics related. Check back into this entry every day as we’ll be updating it daily. The latest medal updates will always be at the top of this entry.

Opening Ceremony Highlight of PyeongChang Winter Paralympics

Countries leading the charge

The USA forced down some dominance as they’ve taken control of the top spot. They’ve earned; 13 Gold, 15 Silver and 8 Bronze medals giving them a total of 36 medals. In the 2nd position is NPA with an equally impressive medal count. They’ve earned themselves 24 medals in total with; 8 Gold, 10 Silver and 6 Bronze medals. The Canadians sit comfortably at 3rd place. They’ve earned themselves; 8 Gold, 4 Silver and 16 Bronze medals and that gives them a total of 28 medals. That concludes the Winter Paralympics medal count of 2018. These results are based on the overall medal count of the games, including non-board or ski events.

Snowboarding/Skiing Medal Winners: Part 8

Sunday – 18 March 2018

Alpine Skiing

Women’s Slalom Run 2 – Visually Impaired

Menna Fitzpatrick of Great Britain competes in the Women’s Visually Impaired Slalom at Jeongseon Alpine Centre on Day 9. Photograph: Lintao Zhang/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: GBR – Menna Fitzpatrick
  2. 2nd: SVK – Henrieta Farkasova
  3. 3rd: GBR – Millie Knight

Women’s Slalom Run 2 – Standing

Marie Bochet of France on her way to the Gold medal in the Women’s Slalom, Standing on day nine. Photograph: Mike Hewitt/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: FRA – Marie Bochet
  2. 2nd: CAN – Mollie Jepsen
  3. 3rd: GER – Andrea Rothfuss

Women’s Slalom Run 2 – Sitting

Anna-Lena Forster of Germany on her way to the Gold medal in the Women’s Slalom, Sitting on day nine. Photograph: Mike Hewitt/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: GER – Anna-Lena Forster
  2. 2nd: JPN – Momoka Muraoka
  3. 3rd: AUT – Heike Eder

Cross-Country Skiing

4×2.5km Open Relay

Benjamin Davit, Anthony, Thomas Clarion and guide Simon Valverde, Antoine Bollet of France celebrate after winning the Cross-Country Skiing 4×2.5km Open Relay during day nine. Photograph: Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: France
  2. 2nd: Norway
  3. 3rd: Canada

4×2.5km Mixed Relay

Team Ukraine celebrate as Oksana Shyshkova and her guide Vitaliy Kazakov cross the finish line to win the Gold medal for the 4×2.5km mixed relay during day nine. Photograph: Naomi Baker/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: Ukraine
  2. 2nd: Canada
  3. 3rd: Germany

Snowboarding/Skiing Medal Winners: Part 7

Saturday – 17 March 2018

Alpine Skiing

Men’s Slalom Run 2 – Visually Impaired

Giacomo Bertagnolli of Italy competes in the Men’s Slalom Run 2 – Visually Impaired at Alpine Centre during day eight. Photograph: Lintao Zhang/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: ITA – Giacomo Bertagnolli
  2. 2nd: SVK – Jakub Krako
  3. 3rd: NPA – Valerii Redkozubov

Men’s Slalom Run 2 – Standing

Adam Hall of New Zealand competes in the Men’s Slalom Run 2 – Standing at Alpine Centre during day eight. Photograph: Lintao Zhang/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: NZL – Adam Hall
  2. 2nd: FRA – Arthur Bauchet
  3. 3rd: USA – Jamie Stanton

Men’s Slalom Run 2 – Sitting

Dino Sokolovic of Croatia celebrates after winning the Alpine Skiing – Men’s Slalom – Sitting during day eight. Photograph: Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: CRO – Dino Sokolovic
  2. 2nd: USA – Tyler Walker
  3. 3rd: FRA – Frederic Francois

Cross-Country Skiing

Men’s 10km Classic, Visually Impaired

Gold medalist Brian McKeever of Canada (R) and his guide Graham Nishikawa celebrate during the medal ceremony for the Men’s 10 km Visually Impaired Classic on day eight. Photograph: Naomi Baker/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: CAN – Brian Mckeever
  2. 2nd: USA – Jake Adicoff
  3. 3rd: BLR – Yury Holub

Men’s 10km Classic, Standing

Yoshihiro Nitta of Japan competes in the Men’s Standing 10 km Classic. Photograph: Maddie Meyer/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: JPN – Yoshihiro Nitta
  2. 2nd: UKR – Grygorii Vovchynskyi
  3. 3rd: CAN – Mark Arendz

Women’s 7.5km Classic, Standing

Natalie Wilkie of Canada wins the Women’s Cross Country Skiing 7.5km Standing on day eight. Photograph: Mike Hewitt/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: CAN – Natalie Wilkie
  2. 2nd: NPA – Ekaterina Rumyantseva
  3. 3rd: CAN – Emily Young

Women’s 7.5km Classic, Visually Impaired

Gold Medallist Sviatlana Sakhanenka of Beralus (R) and guide Raman Yashchanka celebrate at the medal ceremony for the Cross Country Women’s 7.5km – Visually Impaired on day eight. Photograph: Naomi Baker/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: BLR – Sviatlana Sakhanenka
  2. 2nd: NPA – Mikhalina Lysova
  3. 3rd: AUT – Carina Edlinger

Men’s 7.5km, Sitting

Sin Eui Hyun of South Korea celebrates after winning gold in the Men’s Cross Country Skiing 7.5km Sitting on day eight. Photograph: Mike Hewitt/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: KOR – Sin Eui Hyun
  2. 2nd: USA – Daniel Cnossen
  3. 3rd: UKR – Maksym Yarovyi

Women’s 5km, Sitting

Oksana Masters of the United States passes Liudmila Vauchok of Belarus during the Women’s 5 km Sitting Classic at Alpensia Biathlon Centre on Day 8. Photograph: Maddie Meyer/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: USA – Oksana Masters
  2. 2nd: GER – Andrea Eskau
  3. 3rd: NPA – Marta Zainullina

Snowboarding/Skiing Medal Winners: Part 6

Friday – 16 March 2018

Biathlon

Women’s 12.5km – Sitting

Andrea Eskau of Germany celebrates after winning the Biathlon – Women’s 12.5km – Sitting during day seven. Photograph: Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: GER – Andrea Eskau
  2. 2nd: USA – Oksana Masters
  3. 3rd: BLR – Lidziya Hrafeyeva

Men’s 15km – Sitting

Martin Fleig of Germany competes in the Men’s 15 km Sitting Biathlon at Alpensia Biathlon Centre on Day 7. Photograph: Maddie Meyer/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: GER – Martin Fleig
  2. 2nd: USA – Daniel Cnossen
  3. 3rd: CAN – Collin Cameron

Women’s 12.5km – Standing

Gold medalist Anna Milenina of Neutral Paralympic Athlete (NPA) hugs with Silver medalist Ekaterina Rumyantseva of Neutral Paralympic Athlete (NPA) during the Biathlon – Women’s 12.5km – Standing during day seven. Photograph: Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: NPA – Anna Milenina
  2. 2nd: NPA – Ekaterina Rumyantseva
  3. 3rd: CAN – Brittany Hudak

Men’s 15km – Standing

Mark Arendz of Canada in action during Men’s 15km, Standing in Biathlon during day seven. Photograph: Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: CAN – Mark Arendz
  2. 2nd: FRA – Benjamin Daviet
  3. 3rd: NOR – Nils-Erik Ulset

Women’s 12.5km – Visually Impaired

Mikhalina Lysova of Neutral Paralympic Athletes shoots during her run in Women’s 12.5km, Visually Impaired in Biathlon during day seven. Photograph: Linnea Rheborg/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: NPA – Mikhalina Lysova
  2. 2nd: UKR – Oksana Shyshkova
  3. 3rd: GER – Clara Klug

Men’s 15km – Visually Impaired

Vitaliy Luk’yanenko of Ukraine and his guide Ivan Marchyshak compete in the Men’s 15 km Visually Impaired Biathlon at Alpensia Biathlon Centre on Day 7. Photograph: Maddie Meyer/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: UKR – Vitaliy Luk’yanenko
  2. 2nd: UKR – Oleksandr Kazik
  3. 3rd: FRA – Anthony Chalencon

Snowboard

Women’s Banked Slalom SB-LL1 Run 3

Brenna Huckaby of the United States competes during the Women’s Banked Slalom SB-LL1 during day seven. Photograph: Buda Mendes/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: USA – Brenna Huckaby
  2. 2nd: FRA – Cecile Hernandez
  3. 2rd: USA – Amy Purdy

Women’s Banked Slalom SB-LL2 Run 3

Bibian Mentel-Spee of Netherlands competes during the Women’s Banked Slalom SB-LL2 during day seven. Photograph: Buda Mendes/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: NED – Bibian Mentel-Spee
  2. 2nd: USA – Brittani Coury
  3. 3rd: NED – Lisa Bunschoten

Men’s Banked Slalom SB-UL Run 3

Mike Minor of the United States reacts after competes in the Men’s Banked Slalom SB-UL Run 3 during day seven. Photograph: Lintao Zhang/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: USA – Mike Minor
  2. 2nd: AUT – Patrick Mayrhofer
  3. 3rd: AUS – Simon Patmore

Men’s Banked Slalom SB-LL1 Run 3

Noah Elliott of the United States reacts after competes in the Men’s Banked Slalom SB-UL Run 3 during day seven. Photograph: Lintao Zhang/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: USA – Noah Elliott
  2. 2nd: USA – Mike Schultz
  3. 3rd: CRO – Bruno Bosnjak

Men’s Banked Slalom SB-LL2 Run 3

Gurimu Narita of Japan reacts after competes in the Men’s Banked Slalom SB-LL2 Run 3 during day seven. Photograph: Lintao Zhang/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: JPN – Gurimu Narita
  2. 2nd: USA – Evan Strong
  3. 3rd: FIN – Matti Suur-Hamari

Snowboarding/Skiing Medal Winners: Part 5

Wednesday – 14 March 2018

Alpine Skiing

Women’s Giant Slalom Run 2 – Visually Impaired

Henrieta Farkasova (R) of Slovakia and her guide Natalia Subrtova celebrates during the medal ceremony for Women’s Giant Slalom during day five. Photograph: Linnea Rheborg/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: SVK – Henrieta Farkasova
  2. 2nd: GBR – Menna Fitzpatrick
  3. 3rd: AUS – Melissa Perrine

Women’s Giant Slalom Run 2 – Standing

Gold Medalist Marie Bochet of France celebrates after competes in Women’s Giant Slalom Run 2 – Standing. Photograph: Lintao Zhang/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: FRA – Marie Bochet
  2. 2nd: GER –Andrea Rothfuss
  3. 3rd: CAN –Mollie Jepsen

Women’s Giant Slalom Run 2 – Sitting

Momoka Muraoka of Japan competes in the Alpine Skiing Women’s Giant Slalom – Sitting on day five. Photograph: Lintao Zhang/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: JPN –Momoka Muraoka
  2. 2nd: NED –Linda Van Impelen
  3. 3rd: AUD –Claudia Loesch

Men’s Giant Slalom Run 2 – Visually Impaired

Gold Medalist Giacomo Bertagnolli of Italy celebrates after competes in the Men’s Giant Slalom Visually Impaired. Photograph: Lintao Zhang/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: ITA – Giacomo Bertagnolli
  2. 2nd: SVK –Jakub Krako
  3. 3rd: CAN –Mac Marcoux

Men’s Giant Slalom Run 2 – Standing

Gold Medalist Theo Gmur of Switzerland celebrates after he competes in the Men’s Giant Slalom Run Standing. Photograph: Lintao Zhang/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: SUI – Theo Gmur
  2. 2nd: NPA – Aleksei Bugaev
  3. 3rd: CAN – Alexis Guimond

Men’s Giant Slalom Run 2 – Sitting

Jesper Pedersen of Norway celebrates at the victory ceremony for Men’s Giant Slalom Run – Sitting. Photograph: Lintao Zhang/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: NOR – Jesper Pederson
  2. 2nd: USA – Tyler Walker
  3. 3rd: POL – Igor Sikorski

Cross-Country Skiing

Men’s 1.1km Sprint Final, Sitting

Andrew Soule of United States, Dzmitry Loban of Belarus and Daniel Cnossen of United States compete in the Cross-Country Skiing – Men’s 1.1km Sprint Final. Photograph: Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: USA – Andrew Soule
  2. 2nd: BLR – Dzmitry Loban
  3. 3rd: USA – Daniel Cnossen

Women’s 1.1km Sprint Final, Sitting

Oksana Masters of United States celebrates in the Cross-Country Skiing – Women’s 1.1km Sprint Final, Sitting on day five. Photograph: Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: USA – Oksana Masters
  2. 2nd: GER – Andrea Eskau
  3. 3rd: NPA – Marta Zainullina

Men’s 1.5km Sprint Classic Final, Standing

Alexandr Kolyadin of Kazakhstan celebrates after winning the Cross-Country Skiing – Men 1.5km Sprint Classic Final, Standing on day five. Photograph: Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: KAZ – Alexandr Kolyadin
  2. 2nd: JPN – Yoshihiro Nitta
  3. 3rd: CAN – Mark Arendz

Women’s 1.5km Sprint Classic Final, Standing

Anna Milenina of Neutral Paralympic Athlete (NPA) celebrates after winning the Cross-Country Skiing – Women 1.5km Sprint Classic Final, Standing on day five. Photograph: Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: NPA – Anna Milenina
  2. 2nd: NOR – Vilde Nilsen
  3. 3rd: CAN – Natalie Wilkie

Men’s 1.5km Sprint Classic Final, Visually Impaired

Brian McKeever of Canada competes in the Men’s Cross Country 1.5km Sprint Classic Final, Visually Impaired event. Photograph: Buda Mendes/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: CAN – Brian Mckeever
  2. 2nd: SWE – Zebastian Modin
  3. 3rd: NOR – Eirik Bye

Women’s 1.5km Sprint Classic Final, Visually Impaired

Sviatlana Sakhanenka of Belarus celebrates after winning the Cross-Country Skiing – W 1.5km Sprint Classic Final, Visually Impaired on day five. Photograph: Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: BLR – Sviatlana Sakhanenka
  2. 2nd: NPA – Mikhalina Lysova
  3. 3rd: UKR – Oksana Shyshkova

Snowboarding/Skiing Medal Winners: Part 4

Tuesday – 13 March 2018

Alpine Skiing

Women’s Super Combined Slalom, Visually Impaired

Henrieta Farkasova of Slovakia and guide Natalia Subrtova competes in the Women’s Slalom 1st Run – Visually Impaired. Photograph: Dennis Grombkowski/Getty Images Europe

  1. 1st: SVK – Henrieta Farkasova
  2. 2nd: GBR – Menna Fitzptrick
  3. 3rd: AUS – Melissa Perrine

Women’s Super Combined Slalom, Standing

Mollie Jepsen of Canada competes in the Women’s Super Combined, Visually Impaired. Photograph: Lintao Zhang/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: CAN – Mollie Jepsen
  2. 2nd: GER – Andrea Rothfuss
  3. 3rd: CAN – Alana Ramsay

Women’s Super Combined Slalom, Sitting

Anna-Lena Forster of Germany competes in the Women’s Super Combined, Siting Alpine Skiing event. Photograph: Buda Mendes/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: GER – Anna-Lena Forster
  2. 2nd: GER – Anna Schaffelhuber
  3. 3rd: JPN – Momoka Muraoka

Men’s Super Combined Slalom, Visually Impaired

Miroslav Haraus of Slovakia competes in the Men’s Super Combined, Visually Impaired Alpine Skiing event. Photograph: Buda Mendes/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: SVK – Miroslav Haraus
  2. 2nd: ESP – Yon Santacana Maiztegui
  3. 3rd: NPA – Valerii Redkozubov

Men’s Super Combined Slalom, Standing

Aleksei Bugaev of Neutral Paralympic Athletes competes in the Men’s Super Combined, Standing Alpine Skiing event. Photograph: Buda Mendes/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: NPA – Aleksei Bugaev
  2. 2nd: FRA – Arthur Bauchet
  3. 3rd: NZL – Adam Hall
Men’s Super Combined Slalom, Sitting

Jeroen Kampschreur of Netherlands competes in the Men’s Super Combined, Sitting Alpine Skiing event. Photograph: Buda Mendes/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: NED – Jeroen Kampschreur
  2. 2nd: FRA – Frederic Francois
  3. 3rd: NOR – Jesper Pedersen

Biathlon

Women’s 10km – Sitting

Andrea Eskau of Germany celebrates victory in the Biathlon Women’s 10km Sitting. Photograph: Linnea Rheborg/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: GER – Andrea Eskau
  2. 2nd: NPA – Marta Zainullina
  3. 3rd: NPA – Irina Guliaeva

Men’s 12.5km – Sitting

Taras Rad of Ukraine celebrates victory in the Men’s Biathlon 12.5km Sitting on day four. Photograph: Linnea Rheborg/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: UKR – Taras Rad
  2. 2nd: USA – Daniel Cnossen
  3. 3rd: USA – Andrew Soule

Women’s 10km – Standing

Neutral Paralympic Athlete Ekaterina Rumyantseva celebrates her victory in the Women’s Biathlon 10km Standing on day four. Photograph: Linnea Rheborg/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: NPA – Ekaterina Rumyantseva
  2. 2nd: NPA – Anna Milenina
  3. 3rd: UKR – Liudmyla Liashenko

Men’s 12.5km – Standing

Benjamin Daviet of France celebrates victory in the Men’s Biathlon 12.5km Standing on day four. Photograph: Linnea Rheborg/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: FRA – Benjamin Daviet
  2. 2nd: UKR – Ihor Reptyukh
  3. 3rd: CAN – Mark Arendz

Women’s 10km – Visually Impaired

Oksana Shyshkova of Ukraine celebrates victory in the Women’s Biathlon 10km Visually Impaired with guide Vitaly Kazakov on day four. Photograph: Linnea Rheborg/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: UKR – Oksana Shyshkova
  2. 2nd: NPA – Mikhalina Lysova
  3. 3rd: GER – Clara Klug

Men’s 12.5km – Visually Impaired

Yury Holub of Belarus on his way to victory in the Men’s Biathlon 12.5km Visually Impaired with his guide Dzmitry Budzilovich during the Biathlon on day four. Photograph: Maddie Meyer/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: BLR – Yury Holub
  2. 2nd: UKR – Oleksandr Kazik
  3. 3rd: UKR – Iurii Utkin

Snowboarding/Skiing Medal Winners: Part 3

Monday – 12 March 2018

Cross-Country Skiing

Men’s 20km Free, Standing

Ihor Reptyukh of Ukraine wins the men’s 20km free, standing in a time of 44:52:04. Photograph: Lintao Zhang/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: UKR – Ihor Reptyukh
  2. 2nd: FRA – Benjamin Daviet
  3. 3rd: NOR – Hakon Olsrud

Men’s 20km Free, Visually Impaired

Winter Paralympics 2018: Canada’s Brian McKeever won gold in the 20km visually-impaired skiing. Photograph: Getty Images

  1. 1st: CAN – Brian Mckeever
  2. 2nd: BLR – Yury Holub
  3. 3rd: FRA – Thomas Clarion

Women’s 15km Free, Visually Impaired

Sviatlana Sakhanenka opened Belarus’ gold medal tally with victory in the women’s 15km freestyle visually impaired race. Photograph: Getty Images

  1. 1st: BLR – Sviatlana Sakhanenka
  2. 2nd: UKR – Oksana Shyshkova
  3. 3rd: NPA – Mikhalina Lysova

 Women’s 15km Free, Standing

Para-athlete from Russia Ekaterina Rumyantseva has won the gold medal in the 15-kilometer freestyle standing cross-country skiing race. Photograph: AP Photo/Ng Han Guan

  1. 1st: NPA – Ekaterina Rumyantseva
  2. 2nd: NPA – Anna Milenina
  3. 3rd: UKR – Liudmyla Liashenko

Snowboarding

Women’s Snowboard Cross Big Final

Brenna Huckaby of United States competes in the Snowboard event of the 2018 Winter Paralympics. Photograph: AP Photo/Ng Han Guan

  1. 1st: USA – Brenna Huckaby
  2. 2nd: USA – Amy Purdy

Women’s Snowboard Cross Big Final

Bibian Mentel-Spee of the Netherlands on her way to gold at the 2018 Winter Paralympics in Pyeongchang Photograph: Paul Hanna/Reuters

  1. 1st: NED – Bibian Mentel-Spee
  2. 2nd: NED – Lisa Bunschoten

Men’s Snowboard Cross Big Final

Simon Patmore after winning a breakthrough gold medal in the snowboard cross at the PyeongChang Winter Games. Photograph: https://www.snowsbest.com/gold-australia-simon-patmore-paralympic-boarder-cross/

  1. 1st: AUS – Simon Patmore
  2. 2nd: ITA – Manuel Pozzerle

Men’s Snowboard Cross Big Final

St. Cloud’s Mike Schultz celebrates after winning the Gold medal in the Men’s Snowboard Cross SB-LL1. Photograph: Maddie Meyer | Getty Images

  1. 1st: USA – Mike Schultz
  2. 2nd: NED – Chris Vos

Snowboarding/Skiing Medal Winners: Part 2

Sunday – 11 March 2018

Cross-Country Skiing

Men’s 15km, Sitting

Maksym Yarovyi of Ukraine competes in the Men’s Cross Country 15km – Sitting event. Photograph: intao Zhang/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: UKR – Maksym Yarovyi
  2. 2nd: USA – Daniel Cnossen
  3. 3rd: KOR – Sin Eui Hyun

Women’s 12km, Sitting

Kendall Gretsch from the United States competes during Women’s 12km Sitting Cross-Country Skiing. Photograph: http://www.prokerala.com/news/photos/oly-paralympic-south-korea-pyeongchang-cross-country-skiing-women-s-335568.html

  1. 1st: USA – Kendall Gretsch
  2. 2nd: GER – Andrea Eskau
  3. 3rd: USA – Oksana Masters

Alpine Skiing

Women’s Super-G – Visually Impaired

Henrieta Farkasova and Jakub Krako added to their staggering career medal hauls in alpine skiing. Photograph: https://www.thescore.com/s/4512987

  1. 1st: SVK – Henrieta Farkasova
  2. 2nd: GBR – Millie Knight
  3. 3rd: GBR – Menna Fitzpatrick

Women’s Super-G – Standing

France’s Marie Bochet successfully defended her women’s super-G standing title. Photograph: Getty Images

  1. 1st: FRA – Marie Bochet
  2. 2nd: GER – Andrea Rothfuss
  3. 3rd: CAN – Alana Ramsay

Women’s Super-G – Sitting

Germany’s Anna SCHAFFELHUBER won Gold in Women’s Super-G – Sitting. Photograph: The Yomiuri Shimbun via AP Images

  1. 1st: GER – Anna Schaffelhuber
  2. 2nd: AUT – Claudia Loesch
  3. 3rd: JPN – Momoka Muraoka

Men’s Super-G – Visually Impaired

Slovakia’s Jakub Krako won the men’s super-G visually impaired event to add a gold medal to the downhill silver he won yesterday. Photograph: Getty Images

  1. 1st: SVK – Jakub Krako
  2. 2nd: ITA – Giacomo Bertagnolli
  3. 3rd: SVK – Miroslav Haraus

Men’s Super-G – Standing

Switzerland’s Theo Gmur proved too strong for the opposition in the men’s standing competition. Photograph: Getty Images

  1. 1st: SUI – Theo Gmur
  2. 2nd: FRA – Arthur Bauchet
  3. 3rd: AUT – Markus Salcher

Men’s Super-G – Sitting

Canadian Kurt Oatway races to victory in Sunday’s sitting super-giant slalom. Photograph: DAVE HOLLAND / THE CANADIAN PRESS

  1. 1st: CAN – Kurt Oatway
  2. 2nd: USA – Andrew Kurka
  3. 3rd: FRA – Frederic Francois

Snowboarding/Skiing Medal Winners: Part 1

Saturday – 10 March 2018

Alpine Skiing

Women’s Downhill – Visually Impaired

(L-R) Silver Medalists Millie Knight and her Guide Brett Wild of Great Britain, Gold Medalists Henrieta Farkasova and her guide Natalia Subrtova of Slovakia and Bronze Medalists Menna Fitzpatrick and her guide Jennifer Kehow of Great Britain pose during the victory ceremony of Women’s Super-G – Visually Impaired Alpine Skiing. Photograph: Lintao Zhang/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: SVK – Henrieta Farkasova
  2. 2nd: GBR – Millie Knight
  3. 3rd: BEL – Eleonor Sana

Women’s Downhill – Standing

Tarvisio 2017 was Marie Bochet’s only competitive skiing of the 2016-17 season. Photograph: Andrea Carloni for the IPC

  1. 1st: FRA – Marie Bochet
  2. 2nd: GER – Andrea Rothfuss
  3. 3rd: CAN – Mollie Jepsen

Women’s Downhill – Sitting

    Anna Schaffelhuber became a seven-time Paralympic champion on day one of PyeongChang 2018. Photograph: Getty Images
  1. 1st: GER – Anna Schaffelhuber
  2. 2nd: JPN – Momoka Muraoka
  3. 3rd: USA – Laurie Stephens

Men’s Downhill – Visually Impaired

Mac Marcoux of Canada competes in the men’s downhill, visually impaired event. Photograph: AP Photo/Lee Jin-man

  1. 1st: CAN – Mac Marcoux
  2. 2nd: SVK – Jakub Krako
  3. 3rd: ITA – Giacomo Bertagnolli

Men’s Downhill – Standing

Theo Gmur earning a gold medal in the men’s downhill standing. Photograph: Getty Images

  1. 1st: SUI – Theo Gmur
  2. 2nd: FRA – Arthur Bauchet
  3. 3rd: AUT – Markus Salcher

Men’s Downhill – Sitting

Alaska’s Andrew Kurka on his way to his gold medal in the sit-ski downhill race. Photograph: Paul Hanna / Reuters

  1. 1st: USA – Andrew Kurka
  2. 2nd: JPN – Taiki Morii
  3. 3rd: NZL – Corey Peters

Biathlon

Women’s 6km – Sitting

Kendall Gretsch takes aim during the women’s 6-kilometre sitting biathlon on Saturday. Photograph: US Paralympics/Mark Reis

  1. 1st: USA – Kendall Gretsch
  2. 2nd: USA – Oksana Masters
  3. 3rd: BLR – Lidziya Hrafeyeva

Men’s 7.5km – Sitting

    From left, silver medalist Dzmitry Loban of Belarus, gold medalist Daniel Cnossen of the United States, and bronze medalist Collin Cameron of Canada after competing in the Men’s 7.5 km seated event at Alpensia Biathlon Centre. Photograph: Maddie Meyer/Getty Images AsiaPac
  1. 1st: USA – Daniel Cnossen
  2. 2nd: BLR – Dzmitry Loban
  3. 3rd: CAN – Collin Cameron

Women’s 6km – Standing

From left, silver medalist Anna Milenina of Neutral Paralympic Athlete, gold medalist Ekaterina Rumyantseva of Neutral Paralympic Athlete, and bronze medalist Liudmyla Liashenko of Ukraine after the PyeongChang Winter Paralympics Women’s 6 km Standing Biathlon competition. Photograph: Maddie Meyer/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: NPA – Ekaterina Rumyantseva
  2. 2nd: NPA – Anna Milenina
  3. 3rd: UKR – Liudmyla Liashenko

Men’s 7.5km – Standing

Benjamin Daviet of France competing in the Men’s 7.5 KM Biathlon event at the PyeongChang Winter Paralympics. Photograph: Lintao Zhang/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: FRA – Benjamin Daviet
  2. 2nd: CAN – Mark Arendz
  3. 3rd: UKR – Ihor Reptyukh

Women’s 6km – Visually Impaired

Para-athlete from Russia Mikhalina Lysova won gold on Saturday in Women’s 6 km Biathlon Visual Impaired at the PyeongChang Winter Paralympics. Photograph: EPA-EFE/THOMAS LOVELOCK

  1. 1st: NPA – Mikhalina Lysova
  2. 2nd: UKR – Oksana Shyshkova
  3. 3rd: BLR – Sviatlana Sakhanenka

Men’s 7.5km – Visually Impaired

From left, silver medalist Yury Holub of Belarus, gold medalist Vitaliy Luk’yanenko of Ukraine, and bronze medalist Anatolii Kovalevskyi of Ukraine after the Men’s 7.5 km Visually Impaired Biathlon competition. Photograph: Maddie Meyer/Getty Images AsiaPac

  1. 1st: UKR – Vitaliy Luk’yanenko
  2. 2nd: BLR – Yury Holub
  3. 3rd: UKR – Anatolii Kovalevskyi

This is the complete board and ski events medal count for the 2018 Winter Paralympics. Check out the final Olympic Games results that ended on Sunday – 25 February 2018.

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