Silver for Mark Arendz at para-nordic World Cup

P.E.I.’s Mark Arendz won a silver medal Tuesday at the final World Cup event of the para-nordic season in Sapporo, Japan. Arendz missed just one shot in 12.5 km standing biathlon, coming in behind Benjamin Daviet of France. Finished second in today’s …
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