The Chinese para skiing team took full advantage of the home snow in the Cross-Country events and have a total of 17, nearly one third of their total, – seven gold, five silver, and five bronze.  With a total of 59 medals, the Chinese have more than doubled the number of the number two country – the Ukraine with 28.

Canada’s Brian McKeever earned his third gold medal of the games with the Men’s Middle Distance Free Technique Vision Impaired event.  With that win, McKeever is now tied with Germany’s Gerd Schenfelder for the most medals ever in Alpine Skiing with 16.  McKeever has not lost an individual event since 2006.  On Sunday he has the opportunity to break the record with the Cross-Country relay.

The Chinese wheelchair curling team earned their second gold medal after beating Sweden 8-3 in the gold medal game.  The game was a rematch of the 2018 games in South Korea.

On the final day of Para Alpine Skiing Ebba Aarsjoe of Sweden, Ann-Lena Forster of Germany, and Veronika Aigner of Austria all earned their second gold medal of the games.

In sled hockey, China and South Korea played for the bronze medal with China winning the game 4-0.  The United States and Canada will play for the gold medal in a rematch of the 2018 Paralympic games.  The American team played Canada in the opening game of the sled hockey tournament, beating the Canadians 5-0.

Paralympic medal count – March 12:
China – 59
Ukraine – 28
Canada – 23
Germany – 19
USA – 18
Austria – 12
France – 10
Japan – 7
Sweden – 7
Great Britain – 6
Norway – 5
Slovakia – 5
Italy – 5
Finland – 4
New Zealand – 3
Netherlands – 3
Australia – 1
Kazakhstan – 1
Switzerland – 1