Winter Olympics 2018: Pyeongchang Paralympics sets new record for ticket sales

Take a look at this guide to Blind Ice Hockey courtesy of Canadian Blind Ice Hockey

Take a look at this guide to Blind Ice Hockey courtesy of Canadian Blind Ice Hockey

A lover of action sports, Schultz, 36, continues to compete in motocross; he's won multiple gold medals in the event at the X Games.

The team of Seo Soon-seok, Bang Min-ja, Cha Jae-goan, Jung Seung-won, Lee Dong-ha, fell to Norway 9-2 in their eighth match in the wheelchair curling competition at the PyeongChang Winter Paralympic Games. French skier Thomas Clarion claimed the bronze.

Ticket sales for the ongoing Pyeongchang Paralympics surpassed 320,000, breaking the record for tickets sold at a Winter Games, the International Paralympic Committee said Tuesday.

The Canadian team made a decision to split the guide duties during the race between Nishikawa and secondary guide Russell Kennedy.

The event was won by neutral paralympic athlete Aleksei Bugaev (20), of Russian Federation, from Arthur Bauchet (17), of France.

With four days to go, Canada has matched its total medals from Sochi 2014 with 16, and the nation sits tied for third overall with Ukraine in total medal count in Pyeongchang. It also marked the 11th gold medal of his career.

Mollie Jepsen's stellar Games continued with a bronze medal in the women's giant slalom standing event.

McKeever, who also led the Canadian team into the Games as the opening ceremonies flag bearer, has won seven straight individual Paralympic races dating back to the 2006 Games in Italy.

The 30-year-old finished seventh of the 32 competitors in the earlier men's super-G standing event, but after finishing third in the men's slalom standing event, he leapt up the aggregate table to take the bronze medal.

"Dan lost both of his legs in the explosion, but he never lost that fighting spirit". They lost 7-5 to South Korea and 8-1 to Great Britain to fall to 3-2.

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