The Paralympics, which follows last month's Winter Olympic Games, will be held in PyeongChang and neighboring cities Gangneung and Jeongseon through March 18.
In 2013, he became a member of the British Disabled Ski Team development squad and part of the Sochi Paralympic Inspiration Programme.
"It's a good problem to have", said Nicholson.
Broadcast partners Sportsnet and AMI-tv will also offer coverage of the competitions. "Going forward, it has committed to working further with the IPC to improve the lives of people with an impairment in North Korea". Canada was fourth in Russia in total medals. I meant that's kind of like my gold medal.
Kim, 17, is a student at Kim Il Sung University in Pyongyang and was the flagbearer of North Korea at the opening ceremony for the PyeongChang Paralympics.
"It was snowboarding that motivated me not only to begin walking again, but also to run and put on more muscle".
"After discussion with the North, the two Koreas decided not to march together at the opening ceremony", the South's Yonhap news agency quoted the South Korean Paralympic Committee (KPC) as saying on Thursday.More news: OU women earn 19th consecutive NCAA tournament berth
"In a dream, anything is possible". Team USA players and twin sisters Monique and Jocelyne Lamoureux scoring the tying and gold-medal winning goals, respectively, is heart-tugging. Belgium's Eleonor Sana took the bronze medal, finishing the course in 1:31.60 minutes. Second was Oksana Shyshkova of Ukraine (49:19.5).
We can shift these winter sports indoors or to higher latitudes in order to extend their lifetimes, but what happens to the regions left behind? Then I knew I was hurt. Intense tragedy and jubilation were shared on that sheet of ice.
Six athletes will represent Kazakhstan in PyeongChang in two sports including ski races and biathlon.
He competed in six sports internationally - wheelchair basketball, tennis, triathlon, duathlon, marathon, and hockey, in which he found the most success.
He offered prayers "for peace and joy for all".
Ukrainian biathlete was first in men's 7.5 km for visually impaired athletes, Ukrinform reports. The 20-year-old Delaney suffers from osteosarcoma, a type of bone cancer, that required leg amputation.
The ceremony culminated in the Paralympic flame being brought into the stadium, and a "moon-shaped", white cauldron being lit.
Wu chose to stay the course. "Then I found blood on the ice".