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Canada at the Paralympics

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Fifty-four Canadian athletes are competing in every Paralympic sport in Sochi, including sledge hockey, wheelchair curling, para-alpine skiing, para-snowboard, para-Nordic skiing and biathlon. Canada's goal is to finish top three in the gold-medal count, which was achieved at the 2010 Games in Vancouver with 10 gold among the 19 won.

Scott Grant / Canadian Paralympic Committee

Canadian Brian McKeever (right) and guide Graham Nishikawa compete in the men's visually impaired 20-kilometre race at the Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi Russia on Monday March 10, 2014.

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