Wednesday, March 14

Nordic Skiing (2 gold, 1 bronze)
Oksana Masters injured her elbow several weeks ago, putting her mere ability to compete in PyeongChang in doubt. Most of those doubts were eased when she earned silver and bronze, but a fall in the middle-distance biathlon on Tuesday forced her to withdraw. But Masters came back with a vengeance in the cross-country sprint, winning gold for her first Paralympic title. Andy Soule also won his first Paralympic gold in the men's sitting classification, ahead of teammate Dan Cnossen who won bronze. MORE

Alpine Skiing (1 silver)
Four-time Paralympian Tyler Walker finally broke through. In the men's sitting giant slalom, Walker found himself in the lead after his first run and held onto second place overall, giving him his first career Paralympic medal. MORE

Wheelchair Curling
Team USA went 1-1 in round robin play, bringing its record to 2-7. Skip Kirk Black, Steve Emt, Justin Marshall and Penny Greely fell to Switzerland, 7-4, before bouncing back and defeating Great Britain, 9-3, for a resounding second victory. MORE