A former Muskoka man is celebrating a second bronze win in Pyeongchang.

Collin Cameron placed third during the 15 km biathlon in the Paralympic Games. Cameron made Team Canada history after winning his first bronze in the 7.5 km sitting sprint biathlon, the first time a Canadian athlete has medalled in the event.

This is Cameron’s first time competing in the Paralympics.

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