PyeongChang 2018: What to watch on day 401.03.2018
Alpine skiing super-combined and biathlon middle-distance champions to be crowned
Super-combined events across all male and female classes will take place on day four at the Jeongseon Alpine Centre.
Germany’s Anna Schaffelhuber in the women’s sitting and France’s Marie Bochet in the women’s standing will start as favourites to defend the gold medals in their categories. Slovakia’s Henrieta Farkasova will be the woman to beat in the vision impaired.
In the men’s events, NPA athletes Valerii Redkozubov in vision impaired and Alexey Bugaev in standing will be also looking for their second successive super-combined title. After his highly-successful World Cup season, Norway’s Jesper Pedersen is the leading candidate in the sitting category.
Some of the big names include four-time Paralympic champion Mikhalina Lysova in the women’s vision impaired, multiple Paralympic gold medallist Roman Petushkov in the men’s sitting and Sochi 2014 champion Azat Karachurin in the men’s standing.
USA vs. South Korea, Norway vs. Sweden and Czech Republic vs. Japan will be the three games of the day.
The Gangneung Curling Centre will again stage 12 matches: Finland vs. South Korea, Norway vs. Sweden, NPA vs. Slovakia, China vs. Canada, USA vs. China, Great Britain vs. Slovakia, Sweden vs. Germany, Finland vs. Switzerland, NPA vs. Great Britain, Canada vs. USA, Switzerland vs. South Korea, Germany vs. Norway.
Every competition as well as the Opening and Closing Ceremonies can be watched live right here on the International Paralympic Committee’s website. Highlights of each day’s action will also be made available. Tickets for PyeongChang 2018 can be purchased here.
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