The men's super-G event has come to an end on the Roza Khutor ski slopes. Competitions were held in three categories - standing, sitting and the visually impaired category.
Visually impaired Slovakia Skier, Jakub Krako won gold with a time of 1 minute and 20.58 seconds. America’s Mark Batum finished 0.13 seconds behind taking the silver medal and Canada’s Mack Marku, who completed the descent 0.19 later than the leader, took the Bronze.
In the "standing" category, representatives of Austria won the gold and silver medals. Marcus Zalcher had the fastest time of 1 minute and 20.92 seconds and became two time Paralympic champion in Sochi - yesterday he also won in downhill. Matthias Lanzinger came 0.41 seconds behind him and took the second place on the podium. Alexey Bugaev, an athlete from Russia secured himself a bronze medal. This is the second Paralympic Games medal in Sochi for the 16-year old Russian - yesterday Bugaev earned a silver medal in downhill.
In the "sitting" category, Japanese Akira Kano won another gold medal. Yesterday he had the fastest time in downhill in his category, and today he finished first with a final score of 1 minute and 19.51 seconds. Another representative of Japan Taiki Mori took second place - he completed the descent 2.09 seconds later than Kano. Canada’s Caleb Brousseau took the third place on the podium, 2.54 seconds behind the leader.