Fourth Paralympic medal for Jade and Caroline

Caroline Powell and Jade Etherington

Jade Etherington and Caroline Powell have taken another silver medal in the super combined event at the Paralympics.

The medal makes visually-impaired skier Jade and her guide Caroline the first Britons to win four medals at one Winter Paralympics.

They finished in a combined time of 2:28.38, well clear of American bronze medal winner Danelle Umstead.

This silver followed second-placed finishes in the slalom and the downhill events and bronze in the super-G.

Jade and Caroline still have one more chance to grab a medal in the giant slalom on Sunday.

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