About the Canadian Paralympic Team in PyeongChang: Canada is represented by 55 athletes in all five sports at the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games, taking place March 9-18.
Hall will race for another medal on Wednesday in the slalom event.
Team USA is looking for its third consecutive gold medal. He earlier won the gold medal in men's Super Combined event.
"It is fantastic news that Pyeongchang 2018 has now sold a record number of tickets to the Paralympic Winter Games, beating the record previously set in Sochi", said Parsons.
McKeever and Nishikawa came into the stadium to capture the record-setting gold medal in a time of 46:02, over a minute ahead of silver medallist Yury Holub from Belarus. - Mark Arendz " I ran out of energy at the end. "But he's so fit that it's not really a problem". "We played things a bit more strategic in the semis because we knew the final was going to be a tough fight, and it was". After taking a fall in the qualifying round, he got "shuffled back in the rotation", as he put it, meaning he'd be competing against higher-seeded athletes in a series of head-to-head runs. They pushed hard, they skied really well, and they took care of me the whole way. "But like I said there was just too much of a margin to make up".
Eighteen-year-old Mollie Jepsen, of West Vancouver, B.C., continues to be a breakout star for Canada at these Games, announcing herself as one of the best women's standing skiers in the world.
"They did an awesome job today", McKeever said on his guides. In the sixth end, South Korea surrendered four points and made a decision to forfeit the match. Team Korea's wheelchair curling team suffered its second defeat so far in a preliminary match against Norway. "We are competing against each other, but we are also helping each other".