Japanese sit skier Momoka Muraoka added another medal to her growing stash at the Pyeongchang Winter Paralympics with the Alpine skiing super combined bronze.
The 21-year-old finished in a disability-factored total time of 2 minutes, 30.25 seconds, 2.66 behind winner Germany's Anna-Lena Forster. Anna Schaffelhuber, also of Germany, was competing for her eighth consecutive gold across two games but settled for silver.
The super combined consists of a run each on super-G and slalom courses. The skier with the fastest added time wins.
Despite adding to her silver medal in downhill and bronze in super-G to take Japan's medal count in Pyeongchang to five, Muraoka said she was not thrilled with the result.
"I had a pretty good time going into the slalom, which I'm not great at. It was a resounding loss and I'm disappointed," she said.
"Anna-Lena has great technique. This race made me realize how much I have to improve."
Muraoka is also competing in the giant slalom and slalom events.