BEIJING – Collin Cameron got a medal with his pipes on day two of the Beijing 2022 Winter Paralympic Games.
The 33-year-old Canadian won bronze in the men's 18-kilometre sitting Para cross-country ski race Sunday morning (March 6) at the Zhangjiakou National Biathlon Centre in China.
China's Zheng Peng won gold at a time of 43:09.2 and countryman Mao Zhongwu was second at a time of 43:23.8.
The sun was out and Cameron's guns were out as the powerful skier consistently held a podium spot for nearly the entire duration of the race, finishing at a time of 47:36.6.
Canada's Derek Zaplotinsky was 13th and Ethan Hess was 18th.