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Source: CBC News, March 16, 2018 

Canada’s Mark Arendz claimed the first Paralympic biathlon gold of his career by winning the men’s 15-kilometre standing race at the Winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea.

The medal was the fourth of the Games for the 28-year-old from Hartsville, P.E.I., after earning silver and bronze in earlier biathlon events and a cross-country sprint bronze. Arendz now owns six career Paralympic medals.

Arendz crossed the finish line in a time of 42 minutes, 52.2 seconds after shooting cleanly at all four intervals. France’s Benjamin Daviet — who won the previous two biathlon golds in Pyeongchang — earned silver, while Norway’s Nils-Erik Ulset took bronze.

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