Team USA Medal Tracker: Para Nordic Skiing World Cup Final Sapporo

By U.S. Paralympics | March 18, 2017, 12:03 a.m. (ET)
Oksana Masters, pictured at the 2017 World Para Nordic Skiing Championships, is competing at the Para Nordic Skiing World Cup in Sapporo, Japan.

The Para Nordic skiing World Cup will come to an end in Sapporo, Japan, March 18-22 at the world cup finals. Along with the final international medals of the season up for grabs, Team USA's skiers will also be on the hunt for the overall world cup globes. Follow Team USA in Sapporo through the Team USA Medal Tracker:

Wednesday, March 22 - Sprint-Distance Biathlon

SILVER

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  • Oksana Masters - women's sitting

OTHER TEAM USA FINISHES

  • 4th: Aaron Pike - men's sitting
  • 6th: Jake Adicoff and guide Sawyer Kesselheim - men's visually impaired
  • 7th: Andy Soule - men's sitting

Tuesday, March 21 - Middle-Distance Biathlon

GOLD

  • Oksana Masters - women's sitting

OTHER TEAM USA FINISHES

  • 5th: Andy Soule - men's sitting
  • 7th: Aaron Pike - men's sitting

Sunday, March 19 - Cross-Country Short-Distance

GOLD

  • Jake Adicoff and guide Sawyer Kesselheim - men's visually impaired

SILVER

  • Oksana Masters - women's sitting

OTHER TEAM USA FINISHES

  • 7th: Aaron Pike - men's sitting
  • 8th: Andy Soule - men's sitting

Saturday, March 18 - Cross-Country Middle-Distance

Oksana Masters won the women's sitting cross-country long-distance race in dominant fashion as she secured the necessary points to claim the cross-country overall world cup title.

GOLD

  • Oksana Masters - women's sitting

SILVER

  • Jake Adicoff and guide Sawyer Kesselheim - men's visually impaired

OTHER TEAM USA FINISHES

  • 6th: Andy Soule - men's sitting
  • 7th: Aaron Pike - men's sitting

Follow live results at the World Para Alpine Skiing website. Updates are also available on Facebook and Twitter.

Watch the action LIVE and follow results at the World Para Alpine Skiing website. Updates are also available on Facebook and Twitter.

 

Watch the action LIVE and follow results at the World Para Alpine Skiing website. Updates are also available on Facebook and Twitter.