25 March 2018
PyeongChang Final Medal Count
It’s Fitzpatricks Day! Menna Fitzpatrick and Jen Kehoe win GOLD while Millie Knight and Brett Wild take the bronze in visually impaired slalom.
PyeongChang 2018 becomes our greatest EVER winter Games and Menna and Jen our most decorated Winter Paralympians.
See where Great Britain are in the medal table below:
GOLD for Fitzpatrick
Medal number THREE for these two
Menna and Jen take Super Combined SILVER
“In the start gate just before we go out, when the nerves start increasing, I think about butterflies that are drinking tea while doing yoga,” said Fitzpatrick after she clocked a combined time of 2:29.00.
It's a second medal of the Games for Menna and Jen
Day One brought ParalympicsGB Medal One in PyeongChang!
Women's Visually Impaired Downhill - SILVER
Millie Knight flying during the Downhill
15 December 2018
Fitzpatrick adds silver lining in St Moritz
13 December 2018
Gallagher claims Europa Cup first-place in Switzerland
1 July 2018
UK Sport funding for Beijing 2022 Paralympic Winter Games announced
26 June 2018
Fitzpatrick: We're already well on the road to Beijing
7 June 2018
Fitzpatrick and Kehoe to receive MBEs in The Queen's Birthday Honours
18 March 2018
A golden finish for Fitzpatrick and Kehoe
17 March 2018
Top-ten finish gives Whitley cause for optimism
14 March 2018
Giant slalom silver makes it three for Fitzpatrick and Kehoe
14 March 2018