Mark Arendz locked up the crystal globe for second place in the overall para-nordic World Cup biathlon standings and Canadian teammate Emily Young celebrated the first biathlon medal of her career on the elite circuit with silver medal performances Wednesday.
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To say Mark Arendz is on a roll would be an understatement. The Hartsville, P.E.I. native finished on the podium for the third straight time at the para-nordic test event in Pyeongchang on Tuesday.
Canadian sit-skier Collin Cameron captured his first victory on the Para-Nordic World Cup circuit at the 2018 Paralympic venue in PyeongChang, Korea on Monday.
Canada's Mark Arendz won silver in the men's 7.5-kilometre standing biathlon event at the World Para-Nordic World Cup in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
Mark it on your calendars: today marks the one-year-out point from the start of the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Games. Here's a look at what you can expect from Canada's Paralympians next March.
Canada's para-nordic cross-country ski team capped off a dream week at the world championships by adding a gold and bronze to their medal haul in Finsterau, Germany.
Canada's Mark Arendz won his second gold medal at the para-nordic world ski championships on Saturday in Finsterau, Germany. The gold is Arendz's fourth medal overall.
Canadian Brian McKeever, a 13-time Paralympic medallist, along with his guide Graham Nishikawa, claimed gold in the men’s 20-kilometre visually impaired classic cross-country ski race Thursday at the para-nordic world championships in Finsterau, Germany.
Canada’s para-nordic team made history. The squad, consisting of Brian McKeever (Canmore, Alta.) his guide Graham Nishikawa (Whitehorse), Emily Young (Vancouver) and Mark Arendz (Hartsville, P.E.I.), won a bronze medal at the para-nordic world championships in Finsterau, Germany on Wednesday.
Mark Arendz reached the podium for a second time this week, earning a silver medal at the para-nordic ski world championships on Tuesday in Finsterau, Germany.