2018 Paralympics: Canada has its best showing ever with 28 medals

Photo: Scott Grant/Canadian Paralympic Committee

Mark Arendz won a total of six medals (one gold, two silver and three bronze) in biathlon and cross-country ski events during the Pyeongchang Paralympics.

Canada will have some heavy baggage to declare when its 2018 Paralympic team comes back home, as the Canadian athletes are leaving South Korea with a record 28 medals, second only to the United States, who dominated with a total of 36.

Canada picked up its last medal (silver) at the para hockey final against the United States on March 17.