The 2014 Paralympic Winter Games concluded Sunday with a closing ceremony honouring the world's Paralympic athletes and promoting the themes of inclusion and strength of spirit.
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Canada’s Chris Klebl surprised the field and shocked the Russian crowd at the Laura Cross-country Ski and Biathlon Center by taking a stunning gold medal in the men’s 10 km sitting cross-country race in Sochi on Sunday.
Brian McKeever took the crown in the men’s visually impaired 10 km race in Sochi on Sunday, becoming the first Canadian Winter Paralympian to win 10 gold medals in a career.
The Canadian men's sledge hockey team shook off its semifinal loss with a 3-0 win over Norway to take the bronze medal at the 2014 Paralympics on Saturday.
The Canadian wheelchair curling team will get a chance to defend its gold medal in Sochi, defeating China 5-4 in a very tense semifinal match on Saturday.
The youngest member of the Canadian Paralympic team strikes gold in Sochi in his final alpine event. Mac Marcoux wins the men's visually impaired giant slalom by more than two seconds.
Canada's Josh Dueck is at a loss for words when asked about his gold-medal win in the men's super combined (sitting) on Friday at the Sochi Paralympics.
The United States beat Canada 3-0 in a surprising victory Thursday to advance to the sledge hockey final against Russia at the Sochi Paralympics.
Canadian skier Chris Williamson has won bronze in the men's visually impaired slalom event, sticking it out in the second run despite tricky snow conditions that outdid teammate Mac Marcoux.
Canada and the United States can't seem to avoid each other in hockey playoffs. Today, the two sledge rivals will meet in the semifinals at the Sochi Paralympics to see who will play Russia for gold.