The last four years have been the slowest, yet fastest, of his life, Bridges said.
In the multicoloured Doodle, we see Para-Athletes representing alpine skiing, biathlon, cross-country skiing, ice hockey, snowboarding and wheelchair curling.
The games officially begins today, and sports start in the early hours of tomorrow morning United Kingdom time.
They had originally been expected to march alongside their South Korean counterparts at Friday's opening ceremony but a row over how their "unification flag" should appear halted the plan. To be able to lead Canada into the Opening Ceremony is a wonderful thing.
"It's nice", he said.
"We will not be complacent; we will not be tolerant; we will do what is right for our athletes", Parsons said.
"I feel very honoured to write history", Sin said after the competition.
Arendz said his preparation and training has gone well, including some recent races in Germany.
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"It really adds to the atmosphere". Team USA has 74 qualified athletes, including six guides.
Fifty-five athletes are competing on Team Canada during the games, which kicked off Friday in Pyeongchang.
18 members of the team have won a Paralympic medal.
The youngest athlete on the team is Para nordic's Natalie Wilkie who turned 17 years old on January 21.
The youngest athlete on the team is Para nordic's Natalie Wilkie who turned 17 years old on January 21. It is the largest contingent ever to compete under the maple leaf. Following behind is Alberta with 10, British Columbia with nine, Quebec with seven, Manitoba with three, Saskatchewan with three and Prince Edward Island with two. It sent just one athlete to the summer edition in London and two to the Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Some of these athletes may also make their way into the BC Sports Hall of Fame, like B.C. Paralympic silver and gold medalist Josh Dueck, who is being inducted later this year.
President Bach also praised President Moon for his essential role in making these Games such a success and for his unwavering faith in the Olympic spirit and in [his] belief in the unifying power of the Olympic Games.