Sochi Paralympics - Day 3

Sochi Paralympics - Day 3

Women’s 15km Classic – Visually Impaired:  Elena Remizova and Mikhalina Lysova both from Russia respectively won gold and silver ahead of Yadviha Skorabahataya of Belarus.

Women’s 15km Classic – Standing:  Helene Ripa of Sweden won gold ahead of Luliia Batenkova of Ukraine in second place and Anna Milenina of Russia for third place.

Men’s 20km Classic – Visually Impaired:  Brian McKeever of Canada won gold while Stanislav Chokhlaev of Russia settled for silver and Zebastian Modin of Sweden for bronze.

Men’s 20km Classic – Standing:  Rushan Minnegulav of Russia won gold, Llkka Tuomisto of Finland settled for silver and Vladislav Lekomtcev of Russia for bronze.

Women’s Super-G – Sitting:  Anna Schaffelhuber of Germany won gold, Claudia Loesch of Austria silver and Laurie Stephens of the United States bronze.

Women’s Super-G – Standing:  Marie Bochet and Solene Jambaque of France won gold and silver ahead of Stephanie Jallen of the United States.

Women’s Super-G – Visually Impaired: Kelly Gallagher and her guide Charlotte Evans make history by winning Great Britain their first ever gold medal at the Winter Paralympics, in the super-G. Aleksandra Frantceva of Russia won silver and Jade Etherington bronze.

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