Team USA Medal Tracker: Para Alpine Skiing World Cup Kranjska Gora
With four days until the 2017 World Para Alpine Skiing Championships in Tarvisio, Italy, Team USA will have its last opportunity for competition on the world cup circuit with giant slalom and slalom races in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia this week (Jan. 18-20).
Follow results from Kranjska Gora with the Team USA medal tracker:
Wednesday, Jan. 18 - Giant Slalom (2 races)
Women's Visually Impaired
- Staci Manella - 2nd (1st race), 2nd (2nd race)
- Melanie Schwartz - 6th (1 & 2)
- Laurie Stephens - 4th (1 & 2)
Men's Visually Impaired
- Kevin Burton with guide Chris Tatsuno - 6th (1), 4th (2)
- Thomas Walsh - 3rd (1), 7th (2)
- Jamie Stanton - 13th (1), 10th (2)
- Tyler Walker - 1st (1), 1st (2)
- Andrew Kurka - 2nd (1), 9th (2)
- Josh Elliot - 9th (1), 5th (2)
- Stephen Lawler - 10th (1), 12th (2)
- Jamsin Bambur - 14th (1 &2)
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