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Beijing Paralympics: Para Cross-Country Skiing Sprint Visually Impaired, Standing and Sitting Results

Six more gold medals were distributed on the third day of the para cross-country skiing events at the 2022 Beijing Winter Paralympic Games. Results from the sprint visually impaired, standing and sitting races. 

Photo: Simon Hastegård/Image Agency

Carina Edlinger with guide Lorenz Josef Lampl (AUT) celebrate the gold medal in the visually impaired sprint at the Beijing 2022 Paralympics.

Para Cross-Country Skiing – Sprint Visually Impaired 

In the men’s visually impaired sprint race, Brian McKeever (Russell Kennedy – guide), from Canada, won the gold medal. From the USA, Jake Adicoff (Sam Wood – guide) secured the silver medal, and Zebastian Modin (Emil Haag – guide), from Sweden, completed the podium with the bronze medal. 

Austria’s Carina Edlinger (Lorenz Josef Lampl – guide) secured the gold medal in the women’s visually impaired sprint race. Oksana Shyshkova (Andriy Marchenko – guide), from Ukraine, finished in second place and got the silver medal. From Germany, Linn Kazmaier (Florian Baumann – guide) completed the podium in the third position and got the bronze medal.

Top 3 – Para Cross-Country Skiing – Men’s Visually Impaired Sprint

  1. Brian McKeever (Russell Kennedy – guide) (CAN), 3:19.5
  2. Jake Adicoff (Sam Wood – guide) (USA), +0.8
  3. Zebastian Modin (Emil Haag – guide) (SWE), +18.3

Top 3 – Para Cross-Country Skiing – Women’s Visually Impaired Sprint 

  1. Carina Edlinger (Lorenz Josef Lampl – guide) (AUT), 3:49.6
  2. Oksana Shyshkova (Andriy Marchenko – guide) (UKR), +6.8
  3. Linn Kazmaier (Florian Baumann – guide) (GER), +15.6

Para Cross-Country Skiing – Sprint Standing 

In the men’s sprint standing race, Benjamin Daviet, from France, won the gold medal. Marco Maier, from Germany, secured the silver medal, and Grygorii Vovchynskyi, from Ukraine, completed the podium with the bronze medal. 

In the women’s sprint standing race, Canada’s Natalie Wilkie secured the gold medal. Vilde Nilsen, from Norway, finished in second place and got the silver medal. Sydney Peterson, from the USA, completed the podium in the third position and got the bronze medal. 

Top 3 – Para Cross-Country Skiing – Men’s Sprint Standing

  1. Benjamin Daviet (FRA), 3:07.5
  2. Marco Maier (GER), +1.3
  3. Grygorii Vovchynskyi (UKR), + 1.8

Top 3 – Para Cross-Country Skiing – Women’s Sprint Standing 

  1. Natalie Wilkie (CAN), 4:05.1
  2. Vilde Nilsen (NOR), +3.0
  3. Sydney Peterson (USA), +7.0

Para Cross-Country Skiing – Sprint Sitting 

In the men’s sprint sitting race, Peng Zheng, from China, won the gold medal. His compatriot Zhongwu Mao secured the silver medal for China. Collin Cameron, from Canada, completed the podium with the bronze medal. 

In the women’s sprint sitting race, China’s Hongqiong Yang secured the gold medal. Oksana Masters, from the USA, finished in second place and got the silver medal. Panpan Li, from China, completed the podium in third place and secured the bronze medal. 

Top 3 – Para Cross-Country Skiing – Men’s Sprint Sitting 

  1. Peng Zheng (CHN), 2:42.4
  2. Zhongwu Mao (CHN), +2.5
  3. Collin Cameron (CAN), +3.9

Top 3 – Para Cross-Country Skiing – Women’s Sprint Sitting

  1. Hongqiong Yang (CHN), 3:18.2
  2. Oksana Masters (USA), +1.7
  3. Panpan Li (CHN), +12.8

Complete Results

Beijing 2022 Winter Paralympics schedule with dates, start time, and events, can be found below:

Beijing 2022 Winter Paralympics Schedule

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Therese Johaug secured first place in the 30km individual start race in freestyle technique at the Norwegian cross-country skiing Championships part 2, in her first race at the elite level after retirement. Results from the 30km race.

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