Sunday, March 11

 

Nordic Skiing (1 gold, 1 silver, 1 bronze)
In cross-country, Kendall Gretsch won her second Paralympic gold medal in as many days, winning the women's sitting 12-kilometer ahead of teammate Oksana Masters, who took bronze for her second medal of the Games. Dan Cnossen also won his second medal in PyeongChang, taking silver in the men's sitting 15-kilometer and bringing Team USA's Nordic medal count up to six. MORE

Alpine Skiing (1 silver)
Andrew Kurka returned to the podium for the second day in a row, winning silver in the men's sitting super-G a day after taking gold in the downhill. He survived a wild bobble at the bottom of the course, finishing just more than a second out of first place and nine-hundredths of a second ahead of third. Laurie Stephens led the women's field, finishing fifth. MORE

Sled Hockey
Team USA made a loud statement in its first game in PyeongChang, defeating Japan by a score of 10-0. Eight different players scored while Brody Roybal netted a hat trick. The squad returns to the ice on March 12 against the Czech Republic. MORE

Wheelchair Curling
The squad of skip Kirk Black, Steve Emt, Justin Marshall and Penny Greely lost a close contest to Germany, 6-4. Team USA scored three points in the second end, but Germany scored two apiece in the third and fourth to gain a lead they never surrendered. They were back on the ice taking on Sweden in the evening session and stormed to a dominating 10-2 victory in seven ends. Team USA stole points in two ends, capitalizing on Swedish mistakes to notch its first victory. MORE