PyeongChang 2018: Record books rewritten on golden Saturday

The penultimate day of the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games brought the first taste of gold and a bronze that felt like another gold for host South Korea. It was also the day that the host of the next Winter Games in Beijing claimed...

Manuela Schaer makes it spectacular six in London

Swiss star Manuela Schaer notched up a phenomenal sixth consecutive major marathon victory as she claimed World Championship gold in the women’s marathon T54 in London on Sunday. The 34-year-old – who has won every major race since the Berlin Marathon last September, including Chicago,...

Multiple Paralympic medallist Benoit Huot announces retirement

After more than two decades of Para swimming, Benoit Huot is announcing his retirement from the sport. “It’s time to hang up my Speedo. It was the greatest of honours to represent our country and I’m proud to have been able to fulfill all my...

Canadians Celebrate Triple Medal Day to Cap Off 2019 World Para Nordic Skiing

Canada’s Para-Nordic skiers put an exclamation mark on a stellar week at the World Para Nordic Skiing Championships with a triple medal Sunday, bringing their medal haul to 10.   Brian McKeever and his guide, Graham Nishikawa, struck gold in the men’s visually impaired 20-kilometre cross-country...

Mark Arendz Wins Back-to-Back Silver Medals at World Para-Nordic Ski Championships

Mark Arendz skied to the 10th World Para-Nordic Ski Championship podium of his career after winning the silver medal in the 10-kilometre cross-country skate-ski race on Sunday.   Arendz, of Springton, P.E.I., battled through the chilly, hard packed conditions in Prince George, B.C., to post a...

Canada’s Collin Cameron Crowned World Champion at Para Nordic Skiing Championships

Canada’s Collin Cameron rocketed to his first World Para Nordic Skiing Championship title in Prince George, B.C. on Monday. The 30-year-old Cameron, who won a silver medal in biathlon over the weekend, successfully defended home turf with a golden performance in the men’s sit-skiing sprint...

Prince George 2019: The flying Frenchman!

Benjamin Daviet of France stunned everybody - even himself - in Prince George as he won his fifth world title in five races at the World Para Nordic Skiing Championships. “For sure I wasn’t expecting to win five gold medals.  It was a nice day...

Canadians Celebrate Double Medal Day to Open World Para Nordic Skiing Championships

Canadians Collin Cameron and Mark Arendz opened the 2019 World Para Nordic Skiing Championships with a silver and bronze medal on Saturday afternoon in Prince George, B.C. Cameron, of Sudbury, Ont., captured his first World Championship medal with a silver in the men’s 12.5-kilometre biathlon...

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