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

By U.S. Paralympics | March 13, 2019, 8 a.m. (ET)

Kendall Gretsch claimed the world itle in the women's sitting class of individual biathlon at the World Para Nordic Skiing Championships in Prince George, British Columbia. 

PREVIEW

It all boils down to this: the Crystal Globe. In the final world cup stop of the season, athletes will secure their placements in the world cup rankings. Heading into the event, three Team USA athletes compete for the coveted globe. In the cross-country rankings, Dan Cnossen sits in first, while Oksana Masters and Kendall Gretsch sit in second and third. On the biathlon side, Gretsch holds the top spot, while Masters and Cnossen claim second and third. Competition kicks off on March 13 in Sapporo, Japan and will conclude March 17.

Follow results from Sapporo with the Team USA medal tracker:

Wednesday, March 13 - middle-distance biathlon (sitting)

GOLD

  • Dan Cnossen
  • Oksana Masters

SILVER

  • Kendall Gretsch

 

Thursday, March 14 - biathlon sprint (sitting)

GOLD

  • Kendall Gretsch

SILVER 

  • Oksana Masters

BRONZE

  • Dan Cnossen

 

Saturday, March 16 - middle-distance cross-country (sitting)

GOLD

  • Oksana Masters

SILVER

  • Kendall Gretsch
  • Dan Cnossen

 

Sunday, March 17 - short-distance cross-country (sitting)

GOLD

  • Oksana Masters
  • Dan Cnossen

SILVER

  • Kendall Gretsch

 

RECAP

At the final world cup stop of the season, Team USA concludes with 12 medals, including six gold. To finish the season, Oksana Masters and Dan Cnossen win the overall world cup cross-country title in the women's and men's sitting class, while Kendall Gretsch secured the overall world cup biathlon crystal globe in the women's sitting class. 

Full results can be found here