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    Brian McKeever from Canmore, Alberta now has a total of 19 Paralympic medals after winning gold in Beijing. The Paralympians legendary resume was increased on Wednesday after he won gold in the men’s visually impaired sprint cross-country event in China. At 42-years-of-old, McKeever finished the race with a time of three minutes 19.5 seconds.

    The United States took silver with Jake Adicoff only o.8 seconds shy of gold, and Zebastion Modin, of Sweden, claimed the bronze medal. McKeever started his Olympic career in Salt Lake City in 2002 and has accumulated 19 medals, 15 of them being gold. 

    After the race, McKeever said “This is the race that is hardest for us to win. My least favourite race,… I said yesterday that I think I would rather race a 220-kilometre in Sweden next month than do another sprint, but here we are. It was fun.”

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