When Oksana Masters pulled out of the womens 10km biathlon event yesterday after falling and reinjuring the elbow she dislocated 2 weeks before arriving in PyeongChang, she thought her 2018 Paralympic campaign might be finished. Except it wasnt. As most of the U.S. slept early this morning, Masters bounced back to win her first Paralympic gold medal. "Yesterday’s day was really tough. I literally did not think I was going to be able to race this sprint race, and I love sprinting, Masters said in PyeongChang.