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Tournament: Paralympics 2018
Dates: Mar 9, 2018 – Mar 18, 2018
Location: Pyeongchang County, South Korea
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ParalympicsGB won their first medal at Pyeongchang 2018 as Millie Knight secured silver in the visually impaired women’s downhill category.
Alongside guide Brett Wild, Knight finished 0.86 seconds behind the victorious Slovakian Henrieta Farkasova and her guide Natalia Subrtova.
Knight had crashed and suffered a concussion on the same course in the 2017 World Championships but she showed no fear in her medal-winning run 1min30.58sec. “I literally can’t stop smiling,” Knight said afterwards. “This is amazing, the year we have had to get here, it has been a struggle. I never really thought we’d be back in this position.
“It is the best feeling in the world. I knew I’d stopped at the finish line and that was my goal, there was no repeats of last year where I just landed on my face.”
The United States can already boast three gold medals, as Daniel Cnossen won the event in which Meenagh competed. Kendall Gretsch was also a biathlon goal medallist as she won the women’s sitting category. Andrew Kurka, who works as a country music DJ, was fastest in the men’s sitting downhill event.
The pair, who are the world champions, finished 0.86 seconds behind defending Paralympic champions Henrieta Farkasova and guide Natalia Subrtova of Slovakia.
Knight, 19, is competing at her second Games while Wild is making his debut.
“I can’t stop smiling. It is the best feeling in the world,” Knight told BBC Sport afterwards.
“I was quite nervous at the start gate but once we pushed out, it was purely about doing what we had to do and thinking about the technical aspects down the course.”
Knight’s Great Britain team-mate Menna Fitzpatrick crashed early on in her run at the Jeongseon Alpine Centre but seemed unhurt and was able to ski to the bottom of the course with guide Jen Kehoe.