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The Crossroads of Special Operations

Friday, April 16, 2021

Topekan Dan Cnossen named a finalist for Paralympic Athlete of the Games | WIBW

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PyeongChang, South Korea (WIBW) — A Topeka native and retired Navy Seal is a finalist for Team USA’s Paralympic Athlete of the Games.

Over the past two weeks in South Korea, Shawnee Heights grad Dan Cnossen medaled in every biathlon and cross-country ski event he entered.

Cnossen was the first US man to win biathlon gold in either the Olympics or Paralympics! He added four silver and one bronze to his haul.

Cnossen lost both legs above the knee when he stepped on an IED in Afghanistan in 2009. He earned a Purple Heart and Bronze Star.

You can vote for him to win Paralympic Athlete of the Games here.

Source: Topekan Dan Cnossen named a finalist for Paralympic Athlete of the Games | WIBW

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