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SOCHI, March 14, /ITAR-TASS/. Russian skier Valerii Redkozubov has become twice Paralympic champion, winning his second gold medal in the men’s SC Super-G run for visually impaired.
He showed 2:15.87 in two runs - slalom and Super-G.
Redkozubov, who was the Paralympics flag bearer at the opening ceremony, won his first gold in slalom.
Mark Bathum of the United States gets silver (2:17.38) and Gabriel Juan Gorce Yepes - bronze (2:20.36).
At the moment the Russian team taking the convincing lead in the medal table has 59 medals - 22 gold, 20 silver and 17 bronze.