As the 2022 Paralympic Games begin to wind down, the final games in the team competition begins with Wheelchair Curling getting the competition started. Host country China, Canada, Slovakia, and Sweden will all compete for the gold.

While they have already earned a medal in these Paralympic Games, Finland has earned their first ever Paralympic gold medal when Santeri Kilveri stood a top the podium in the Men’s Giant Slalom standing event. Kilveri has already won a silver medal in these games for his alpine skiing.

In the men’s giant slalom sitting event, Jesper Pedersen of Norway took home the gold for his third medal of the games.

Johannes Aigner of Austria took the gold medal in the vision impaired event.

As previously reported South Korea, China, Canada, and the United States will play in the semi-final games for sled hockey; putting two Asian teams in the semi-finals for the first time in Paralympic sled hockey history. The only two teams to win the gold medal in the past 20 years, Canada and the U.S. are expected to play once again for the gold medal. The semi-finals play begins on Friday. Canada and South Korea will kick off the semi-finals with the United States playing China in the late game.

Host country China continues to lead the medal count with 32; their closest competitor is the Ukraine with 19. While the ski slopes appeared to cause numerous issues for the Olympians, the host country of China has dominated on the slopes – a place they are very familiar with.

While the U.S. has a total of 14 medals, only two of them so far have been gold.

Paralympic medal count – March 10:
China – 3
Ukraine – 19
Canada – 16
United States – 14
Germany – 13
France – 7
Austria – 7
Japan – 6
Great Britain – 5
Norway – 5
Sweden – 4
Slovakia – 4
Italy – 4
New Zealand – 3
Finland – 3
Netherlands – 2
Australia – 1
Switzerland – 1
Kazakhstan – 1