Canada captured bronze within the cross-country combined relay on the Beijing Paralympics on Sunday.
The Canadians crossed the end line third within the 4×2.5-kilometre race in 27 minutes 0.6 seconds.
They have been 1:01.3 behind the gold-medal profitable Individuals. China was second.
The bronze was the twenty fourth Paralympic medal for Canada in Beijing.
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Canada’s crew was made up of Collin Cameron, Emily Younger, Mark Arendz and Natalie Wilkie.
It was the fourth medal of the Beijing Paralympics for the 32-year-old Arendz of Hartsville, P.E.I., who gained gold, silver and bronze in biathlon, and for Wilkie, a 21-year-old from Salmon Arm, B.C., who already had two gold and one silver.
It was the third bronze for Cameron of Bracebridge, Ont., and the primary medal for Younger.