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Masters elected U.S. flagbearer for Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Paralympics Closing Ceremony

Masters elected U.S. flagbearer for Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Paralympics Closing Ceremony

Para Nordic skier Sin Eui-hyun has won South Korea's first ever gold medal in the Winter Paralympics. We support them at major events like the Paralympic Games, in their daily lives, and by removing barriers to physical activity and high-performance sport.

"I'll definitely be snowboarding in four years' time but a lot of athletes are calling time now at this level and maybe I will join that group", Moore said.

Declan Farmer celebrates after he scores a goal against the Czech Republic at the Paralympic Winter Games PyeongChang 2018 on March 12, 2018 in Gangneung, South Korea. "I wasn't really thinking about where I was in order, I was just proud of my riding, that I stood it up and was fast".

"I am delighted to be part of the history of Croatian performances at the Winter Paralympics by winning the first medal for my homeland, and I dedicate this success to my parents, trainers and all those who believed in me", said Bošnjak.

Kiwi paralympic skier Adam Hall has won gold in the men's slalom to finish off New Zealand's Paralympic campaign on a high.

The six-foot-three athlete was presented the flag by teammate Brian McKeever, who carried the flag in the opening ceremonies, and claimed his third gold medal of the Games earlier Saturday.

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The Neutral Paralympic Athletes (NPA) and Canada followed suit with eight golds, while Germany, Ukraine and Slovakia have secured six golds.

Six more medals were won in biathlon on the fourth day with 18-year-old Taras Rad demonstrating extreme competitiveness, overcoming American Daniel Cnossen in the men's 12.5-km sitting event, gaining time in his final turns and shooting a flawless 20 for 20, to win the gold medal by 1:01.7 seconds.

She will lead the 74-member U.S. team at the Ceremony, which is scheduled to take place tomorrow at the Pyeongchang Olympic Stadium. He, however, missed two shots in his second prone shooting and slipped to 10th.

On day three Reptyukh notched a gold medal in the 20-km, free, standing skiing, Oksana Shyshkova nabbed a silver in the women's 15-km free, visually impaired, and Liashenko took home a bronze medal in 15-km free, standing.

Canada also won bronze in wheelchair curling.