Challenge ended Sunday at Pyongyang, India’s Luz athlete Shiva Keshavan, who entered the Winter Olympics for the sixth time and remained at the 34th position in Men’s Singles Luge event. This was Kashyavan’s last Olympics in 36 years, and he was ranked 34th on Saturday after two rounds of heat.
Keshavan was ranked 36th after the first heat. But in the second, it is better to stay 31st. However, after the third heat on Sunday, they remained 34th. When Shiva started his competition, he collided with the wall. However, he did well after recovering from this and after the third race, he was ranked 34th. Shiva took the overall 2: 28.188 sec for three out of four races and remained at 34th place among 40 lucers.
Shiva had a debit from the Games in Nagano of Japan in 1998. He has previously participated in the 1998, 2002, 2006, 2010 and 2014 Olympic Games.
Parine Lafont of France won the gold medal on Sunday in women’s Mogul competition. Lafont secured first place by defeating the champion of 2014 champion Canada’s Justin Dufour Laponte and Kazakhstan’s Yuliya Jathheva. Laponte and Jathheva won silver and bronze medals in the run.
David of Austria won gold in Lewis
Austria’s David Gleeschurch took the gold medal on Sunday in the men’s luge event. American Luger Chris Modarder Silver in the same event, while Germany’s Johannes Ludwig won the bronze medal.
America got first gold
America’s young snowboarder Red Gerrard brought the country’s first gold medal, performing brilliantly. Gerrard, 17 years old, won the gold medal in the men’s slopestyle, scoring 87.16 in the final attempt. Canada’s Max Perat and Mark McMorris won silver and bronze medals respectively. McMorris had earlier won bronze at Sochi Olympics. American athlete Gerard fell in his first two races and remained at 11th position. But in the third and final race, he performed strongly and won a gold medal with a score of 87.16.