June 25, 2022

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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