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Sports 2018 Paralympics Coverage: What you missed on Day 3

17:06  11 march  2018
17:06  11 march  2018 Source:   thescore.com

2018 Paralympics Coverage: What you missed on Day 1

  2018 Paralympics Coverage: What you missed on Day 1 theScore's daily recap has you covered on all the latest developments from the 2018 Winter Paralympics in PyeongChang. What you need to know The biggest stories you may have missed. 2018 Winter Paralympics kick off with colorful opening ceremony ***ImagePlaceholder*** https://d13csqd2kn0ewr.cloudfront.net/uploads/image/file/287285/cropped_GettyImages-929659414.jpg?ts=1520602886 The biggest stories you may have missed.

PyeongChang 2018 : Benoit Huot talks Paralympics coverage - www. paralympic .org. 2018 Paralympics Coverage : What you missed on The biggest stories you may have missed . Masters, Soule each win cross-country gold to extend USA lead. 2018 Paralympics Coverage : What you

The biggest stories you may have missed . Huckaby's dominance headlines trio of USA slalom golds. Brenna Huckaby claimed gold in women's banked slalom SB-LL1 On the other side of the semis, China guaranteed their country its first medal in wheelchair curling with a 4- 3 victory over Canada.

theScore's daily recap has you covered on all the latest developments from the 2018 Winter Paralympics in PyeongChang.

Medal standings

Standings updated as of 8 a.m. ET

RankCountryGoldSilverBronze
1USA432
2France321
3Slovakia311
4Germany230
5Canada213

What you need to know

The biggest stories you may have missed.

U.S., Canada ice hockey teams both score perfect 10

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The U.S. sled hockey team earned a resounding 10-0 win over Japan in their tournament opener, looking very much like the team who won gold four years ago in Sochi. Forward Brody Roybal set the pace with a hat trick and one assist, while Declan Farmer added a goal and three helpers.

Canada earns four medals on first day of Paralympics

  Canada earns four medals on first day of Paralympics Highlighted by a golden performance from Mac Marcoux in the men’s visually impaired downhill, Canada won four medals in the first day of the Paralympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Marcoux, a 20-year-old from Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., won gold by finishing his race in 1:23.93 with the assistance of guide Jack Leitch. Marcoux secured his fourth Paralympic medal. He earned gold in the visually impaired giant slalom in Sochi four years ago to go along with a bronze in both of the downhill and super-G races.In addition to Marcoux’s haul, Mark Arendz, Mollie Jepsen and Collin Cameron earned some hardware.Arendz, of Hartsville, P.

The biggest stories you may have missed . Dominant USA, Canada set tantalizing para ice hockey title matchup. Canada advanced to their first para ice That left one spot, which was filled when Norway capped off a day that began with a 5-4 victory over the USA with another win against Slovakia by a

theScore's daily recap has you covered on all the latest developments from the 2018 Winter Paralympics in PyeongChang. Meanwhile, Andrew Soule claimed the top spot in the men's edition of the event for the USA's Paralympic -leading eighth gold medal of the tournament.

Not to be outdone, Canada picked up where they left off after their 17-0 tournament-opening blowout over Sweden, tacking on a 10-0 win over Italy. Forward Ben Delaney led the way with a hat trick and an assist, while netminder Corbin Watson stopped all four shots against him.

U.S. add four medals on Day 3 to bolster medal lead

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The Americans continued to set the tone on skis on Day 3. Cross-country skier Kendall Gretsch captured gold in her Paralympic debut, besting the field in the 12-kilometer sitting event. The U.S. won additional silver and bronze medals in cross-country, and a silver in men's sitting super-G to maintain their lead on the overall medal table.

Slovakia sweeps gold in women's, men's super-G, visually impaired

What to watch today at the Paralympics: March 11-12

  What to watch today at the Paralympics: March 11-12 What to watch today at the Paralympics: March 11-12Medals will be awarded in snowboard cross and cross-country skiing while round-robin play continues in para ice hockey and wheelchair curling.

— Paralympic Games (@ Paralympics ) March 18, 2018 . International Paralympic Committee president Andrew Parsons gave a stirring speech at the closing He urged us all to 'look at the stars, and not at our feet.' And, over the last 10 days , the stars have shone brightly here in PyeongChang."

2018 Winter Paralympics kick off with colorful opening ceremony. The freezing conditions that welcomed athletes during the PyeongChang 2018 opening ceremony in February stuck around for the record 567 Paralympians who paraded around the Olympic Stadium on Friday.

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For the third straight Winter Paralympics, Slovakia's Henrieta Farkasova and Jakub Krako added to their staggering career medal hauls in alpine skiing in the visually impaired category.

Farkasova's win in Sunday's event was her third straight games besting the competition in super-G, and her seventh Paralympics gold overall. Krako's super-G gold was his first at PyeongChang 2018 and fifth gold overall dating back to Vancouver 2010.

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Mr. T would like to remind you about the 2018 Winter Paralympics .
I Pity The Fool Who Don't Watch The Paralympics.The 2018 Winter Paralympics will begin with the Opening Ceremony on March 8th, and athletes will compete in 80 medal events in alpine skiing, biathlon, cross-country skiing, ice sledge hockey, snowboarding and wheelchair curling.

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