Paralympic Winter Games
7-16 March

What to watch: Day 3 at Sochi 2014

The third day of action includes Henrieta Farkasova, Jade Etherington and Brian McKeever. 10 Mar 2014
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Jade Etherington

Jade Etherington is hoping to win Great Britain's first-ever Paralympic Winter Games gold at Sochi 2014.

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By IPC

Wheelchair curling is expected to have some thrilling afternoon matches, as Great Britain goes up against a Slovakian squad that is currently undefeated in their Paralympic debut.

Morning

The storylines are endless for the women’s super-G alpine skiing events at 10:00 (MSK). If you are looking for one race in particular, pay attention to the women’s super-G visually impaired, starring Slovakia’s Henrieta Farkasova as she looks to defend her Paralympic title. Jade Etherington, meanwhile, will aim to win Great Britain’s first-ever Paralympic Winter Games gold after already hauling in a silver in the downhill on Day 1. Over in the cross-country skiing, Brian McKeever will go for his eighth Paralympic gold at 11:00 (MSK) in the men's 20km visually impaired race.

Afternoon

Wheelchair curling is expected to have some thrilling afternoon matches, as Great Britain goes up against a Slovakian squad that is currently undefeated in their Paralympic debut. Canada, led by Sonja Gaudet, will also try to keep their unbeaten streak alive when they face Norway.

Evening

With no ice sledge hockey games on the schedule for Day 3, use the evening to catch up on all the action you missed on the IPC’s YouTube channel. Or if you are in Sochi, take an evening stroll around the Olympic park and get an up-close look at the Paralympic Flame outside of Fisht Stadium.