September 27, 2022
Bronze medallist Collin Cameron of Crew Canada celebrates throughout males’s dash sitting ultimate flower ceremony

Bronze medallist Collin Cameron of Crew Canada celebrates throughout males’s dash sitting ultimate flower ceremony on Day 5 of the Beijing 2022 Winter Paralympics at Zhangjiakou Nationwide Biathlon Centre on March 9, 2022 in Zhangjiakou, China.Lintao Zhang/Getty Pictures

Bracebridge, Ont., native Collin Cameron gained a bronze within the males’s dash sitting para cross-country snowboarding race on the 2022 Beijing Paralympics.

Cameron gained the medal racing at a time of two minutes 46.3 seconds.

It was the second bronze medal the 33-year-old earned on the 2022 Paralympics.

He beforehand gained a bronze within the males’s lengthy distance sitting para cross-country snowboarding race.

It’s the fifth Paralympic medal that Cameron has earned in his profession.

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