(Belga) Remy Mazi finished 23rd in the slalom at the Winter Paralympic Games in Beijing on Sunday during the final day, in the alpine ski events.
In the standing class, 33-year-old Remy Mazi was competing in his second event after placing 32 in Thursday’s giant slalom. Remy Mazi scored 1:57.88 after the two races, finishing 28.27 behind French Paralympic champion Arthur Bouchet with a time of 1:29.16. China’s Liang Jingyi, second, with a time of 2.66, took the silver, and New Zealand’s Adam Hall, third, with a time of 3.60, took the bronze. Remy Mazi, Pep 57, finished the first round in 32nd place. In the second, he “goed off to an excellent start and drove his race with more commitment and determination,” the Belgian Paralympic Committee analyzed in a press release. “This morning I didn’t skate very well, I was very disciplined and couldn’t practice my best skating. I was too late for the course. I really wanted to make it right in the second round, which I did. Satisfied with the place, even if I felt a bit sorry compared to the first round. The track was very difficult with a big wall and very icy Plus you had to have very good support I’m glad I fought to the end Remy Mazi hung. Rémy Mazi carried the Belgian flag during the opening ceremony Linda Le Bon, with her guide (daughter) first Gilot, which she will wear during the closing ceremony at 1:00 p.m. Sunday. Linda Le Bon, 57, visually impaired, participated in five events in Beijing: super combined (5), downhill (6), super G (7), The meander (11), the giant meander (12)… (Belga)
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