Collin Cameron earns Canada's 1st gold at para Nordic ski worlds
Canada's Collin Cameron won the country's first gold medal of the world para Nordic ski championship in Prince George, B.C.
Cameron, 30, took the men's cross-country sitting sprint title ahead of American Daniel Cnossen and Ukraine's Taras Rad. The Sudbury, Ont., native also won qualification as well as the first semifinal.
At his first Paralympics appearance last February in Pyeongchang, South Korea, Cameron won three gold medals across three separate cross-country skiing disciplines.
Earlier at worlds, Cameron won silver in the men's 12.5-kilometre biathlon sit-skiing event for his first-ever world championship hardware, posting a career-best time of 44 minutes 45.5 seconds.
You can follow the rest of the action from the para Nordic ski championship live on CBCSports.ca.