Hartsville native Mark Arendz begins his quest for another medal at the 2014 Paralympics in Sochi, Russia, today when he competes in the men's 12.5K standing biathlon.
Arendz won a silver medal in the men's 7.5K standing biathlon earlier in the Games.
He races again Wednesday in the cross-country sprint. He then competes in the biathlon long (15K) on Friday and the cross-country team relay Saturday before finishing with the cross-country 10K on Sunday.
Summerside native Billy Bridges and the Canadian men's sledge hockey team (2-0) resume action today versus the Czech Republic (1-1). Canada opened the tournament with a 10-1 rout of Sweden then beat Norway 4-0.
Bridges has a goal and an assist in the tournament.