Brian McKeever and Erik Carleton Crowned Para-Nordic World Champs

Source: Cross Country Canada

Brian McKeever and Guide Erik Carleton

CABLE, Wis.—Brian McKeever and his guide Erik Carleton successfully defended their IPC World Championship title in the men’s 20-kilometre cross-country ski race on Sunday in Cable, Wisconsin.

Canada’s Brittany Hudak Solid in Fifth at IPC Nordic World Skiing Championships in Wisconsin

—Flatlander leads Canucks in short distance biathlon race to kick off premier IPC event—

Source: Cross Country Canada

Brittany Hudak

From Sochi 2014 with love: CIBC celebrates Canadian Paralympians Sébastien Fortier and Dominic Larocque at Quebec City branch

CIBC and CPC logos

QUEBEC CITY, March 25 – CIBC (TSX: CM) (NYSE: CM) is proud to welcome home Para-Nordic skier Sébastien Fortier and bronze medal-winning sledge hockey player Dominic Larocque on March 27 to a community celebration following their performances at the recent Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games. 

Photo Release and What Canada did Saturday at the Sochi 2014 Paralympic Games

SOCHI, RUSSIA, March 15, 2014 – Saturday competition was highlighted by skiers Mac Marcoux and guide Robin Fémy capturing gold in the men’s giant slalom visually impaired division, adding to the two bronze medals they won earlier in the Games. Competition in team sports wrapped up today, with the Canadian sledge hockey team winning bronze and the wheelchair curling team winning gold.

Brian McKeever and Chris Klebl Fall Short of Relay Podium at Paralympic Winter Games

—Klebl, McKeever along with guides Carleton and Nishikawa ski to fourth—

SOCHI, Rus.—Brian McKeever and Chris Klebl formed a one-two Canadian punch to finish fourth in open 4x2.5 kilometre relay on Saturday at the Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi.

Brian McKeever and Graham Nishikawa Win Second Paralympic Gold in thrilling sprint race

—McKeever rebounds from crash in final to take down world’s best for ninth career gold medal—

SOCHI, Rus.—Brian McKeever is certainly capturing the world’s attention in Sochi, Russia. And it is not just because he skied to his ninth Paralympic gold medal on Wednesday in Sochi, Russia.

Cross Country Canada Nominates High-Powered Lineup Of Athletes To Sochi 2014 Canadian Paralympic Team

LAKE LOUISE, Alta. (February 11, 2014) –Canada will send a high-powered group of cross-country skiers and biathletes to the Sochi start line with a focus on contributing to the nation’s medal count at the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games, Cross Country Canada and the Canadian Paralympic Committee announced on Tuesday.

Canada’s Brian McKeever Blazes Golden Trail at IPC World Cup on Home Track

—Colette Bourgonje skis to fourth, Mark Arendz and Chris Klebl place fifth—

CANMORE, Alta.—Canada’s Brian McKeever began the Paralympic season in a familiar spot – on top of the podium.

Para-Nordic Skier Chris Klebl Receives Bryden Bursary To Support Training For Sochi

Chris Klebl and Wendy Bryden CANMORE, Alta. - November 29, 2013 – Canadian para-Nordic sit-skier Chris Klebl of Canmore, Alberta, has received a $1,000 Bryden Bursary to support his training for the Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games.

A member of the Canadian Para-Nordic National Ski Team, Klebl won six World Cup medals in 2012. He was selected for the bursary based on podium potential and financial need.