WATCH: Unstoppable Force Oksana Masters Wins Fourth Straight Medal for Team USA at Beijing Winter Paralympics 2022

Published 03/09/2022, 8:15 AM EST

If there’s any possible explanation for Oksana Masters’ incredible career, it is this; She is a superwoman who is quite unstoppable at the moment. It’s almost as simple as this. If she is competing in the event, it means you’ll see her on the podium, and this is what the world has witnessed so far in the Beijing Winter Paralympics 2022 as well.

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Beijing 2022 Winter Paralympic Games – Para Biathlon – Women’s Sprint Sitting – National Biathlon Centre, Zhangjiakou, China – March 5, 2022. Oksana Masters of the United States celebrates after winning the gold medal. REUTERS/Issei Kato

The most decorated Paralympian ever began her journey in the Beijing Paralympics with gold in para biathlon women’s sprint sitting. In addition to it, the champion has now added 3 silver medals to her Paralympics tally.

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What is the Paralympics medal count for Masters so far?

The American athlete Oksana competes in both the Summer and Winter Paralympics. With three silver and one gold at Beijing Winter Paralympics, Oksana Masters now have a total of 14 Paralympic medals under her name. Born in Ukraine amidst the side effects of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, she has come a long way and achieved more than any athlete could ever imagine.

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The 32-year-old American athlete is at the peak of her career right now. Her performance in the Beijing Paralympics has been one of the best performances by any Paralympian in the history of the games.

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A silver medal for Oksana Masters in women’s sprint, sitting

The number 14 of her Paralympics medal came today in the women’s sprint, sitting at Beijing Winter Paralympics 2022. Even after, missing the gold, to the Chinese para nordic athlete Yang Hiongqiong by 1.7 seconds, the legend still made her fourth podium finish, this week.

Beijing 2022 Winter Paralympic Games – Para Biathlon – Women’s Sprint Sitting – National Biathlon Centre, Zhangjiakou, China – March 5, 2022. Oksana Masters of the United States reacts after crossing the finish line to win gold. REUTERS/Issei Kato

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Oksana Masters is unstoppable.She is a true inspiration for generations to come.

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Saurav Panwar

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Saurav Panwar is a US Sports writer at EssentiallySports. A postgraduate in Media and Communication Studies, he shares a profound love for creative direction and filmmaking. Saurav is also an avid reader and a literature devotee whose fandom spreads from classics to sci-fi, non-fiction, plays, comics, and much more.

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