Menna Fitzpatrick and Jen Kehoe’s stunning Paralympics debut continued as they lead the charge for Britain with a second silver on top of their opening bronze after their success in the women’s VI Giant Slalom.
Despite a fall their silver medal winning runs of 2:28:34 secured the podium finish behind hot favourites, Slovakians Henrieta Farkasova and Natalia Subrtova who claimed their fourth gold of the Games.
The finals were due to take place at the weekend but following weather forecasting, it was brought forward, adding another scheduling challenge to contend with for the duo over the busy week.
But the pair remained unfazed reveling in their success with one event still to go.
“I feel immensely proud of what we did out there,” Fitzpatrick told BBC Sport.
“We definitely went out there and tried our very best. I was shattered by the end. We gave it our all.
“We were completely relaxed and just went for it.
“After the fall we just had to be strong and overcome it and show our best skiing to the world and what we are made of.”