In 100 days, shortly after the Olympics wrap up in Sochi, Canada's Paralympic team will hit the slopes, trails and arenas for the 2014 Paralympic Winter Games, which are anticipated to be the most-watched Paralympics in history. One of Canada's medal hopefuls is skier Brian McKeever, who's racked up seven golds, two silvers and a bronze in visually impaired cross-country skiing and biathlon over the years. Brian recently stopped by to tell us his Best Story Ever, about an epic wipeout — followed by an epic victory:
And here's George's interview with Greg Westlake, the ice sledge hockey player, from earlier this season:
Starting March 7, tune into CBC TV for 30 hours of coverage of the XI Paralympic Winter Games, and head to CBC's Olympics website for exclusive streaming video of the events.