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Brittany Hudak, Mark Arendz declare staff dash bronze, Canada’s seventh medal at Para biathlon worlds

Brittany Hudak and Mark Arendz claimed Canada’s seventh medal of the Para Biathlon World Championships with staff dash bronze on the ultimate day of competitors in Prince George, B.C.

The Canadian duo clocked a time of 22 minutes 44.4 seconds in Sunday’s last as Arendz collected his fourth medal in 4 occasions on the Caledonia Nordic Ski Membership.

Ukraine additionally wrapped up a podium-filled week on the inaugural competitors, with Bohdana Konashuk and Liudmyla Liashenko capturing gold in 20:41.9. Germany’s Linn Kazmaier and Leonie Maria Walter completed simply 11.5 seconds behind the Ukrainians.

The Para biathlon staff dash race options 4 legs, with every skier finishing one lap of the course and one capturing session. Arendz was good on the capturing vary for the third straight occasion, whereas Hudak had only one miss.

Arendz, who hails from Hartsville, P.E.I., captured three world titles in Prince George, successful the lads’s standing 7.5-kilometre dash, 12.5km particular person race and dash pursuit. The 34-year-old is a 12-time Paralympic medallist, together with two biathlon gold medals.

Prince Albert, Sask.’s Hudak picked up her second bronze of the week after ending third in the ladies’s standing dash.

Canada’s Para biathletes return to motion at Caledonia subsequent week for the World Cup finals, operating March 13-17.

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