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3 more medals for Manitobans at Special Olympics World Games

Russell snowshoer Darren Boryskavich competes at the Special Olympics World Winter Games in Austria. Special Olympics

The medals continue to pile up for Manitobans at the Special Olympics World Winter Games in Austria.

Darren Boryskavich won his second medal in as many days by placing third in the 200m snowshoe race. The 41-year-old Russell, Manitoba product crossed the finish line in 1:15.93. Boryskavich won bronze in the 100m snowshoe event on Monday.

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Altona snowshoer Valerie Delorme grabbed bronze in the women’s 200m race with a time of 52.15 seconds.

Both Boryskavich and Delorme have also qualified for the finals in the 4x100m relay.

Michael Milani added a bronze medal in the intermediate giant slalom skiing event. The Winnipegger completed the course in 1:55.98.

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A total of seven Manitobans are competing at the Special Olympics World Winter Games.

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