Alpine skier Henrieta Farkašová claimed her fourth Winter Paralympic Games gold medal of Pyeongchang 2018 after easing to victory in the women's giant slalom visually impaired event today.
Guided by Natália Šubrtová, the Slovakian clocked an overall time of 2min 23sec to triumph by a huge margin of 5.34 seconds at the Jeongseon Alpine Centre.
Victory sees her add to those in downhill, super-G and super combined.
Farkašová and Šubrtová will be looking to claim a fifth and final gold medal when they compete in the women's slalom on Sunday (March 18).
"Any of the girls could stop us but we will not back down, we will definitely fight for that fifth gold," Farkašová said.
"You are not getting bored are you?"
The 31-year-old added: "We had two great runs with just small mistakes here and there.
"We skied smoothly, solid runs, golden runs actually."
The women's visually impaired silver medal went to Great Britain's Menna Fitzpatrick, guided by Jennifer Kehoe.
Australia's Melissa Perrine, guided by Christian Geiger, finished 5.81 seconds back in third.
On a day dedicated to giant slalom events, France's Marie Bochet won the women's standing gold medal with a time of 2:22.92.
Germany's Andrea Rothfuss finished second in 2:25.18 and Canada's Mollie Jepsen came third in 2:25.72.
Momoka Muraoka secured Japan their first Paralympic gold medal of Pyeongchang 2018, winning the women's sitting competition in 2:26.53.
The Netherlands' Linda van Impelen finished second in 2:29.24 and Austria's Claudia Loesch came third in 2:29.30.
Also opening their gold medal account today were Italy thanks to success for Giacomo Bertagnolli, guided by Fabrizio Casal, in the men's visually impaired event.
Slovakia's Jakub Krako was the silver medallist in 2:15.59 and Canada's Mac Marcoux the bronze medallist in 2:17.51.
In the men's standing competition, Switzerland's Theo Gmur bagged his third gold medal of the Games with a time of 2:12.47.
It follows the victories by the 21-year-old in the downhill and super-G events.
Neutral Paralympic Athletes representative Aleksei Bugaev took the silver medal in 2:13.49 and Canada's Alexis Guimond claimed the bronze in 2:13.67.
The final event of the day was the men's sitting and saw Norway's Jesper Pedersen secure his country's first Winter Paralympic Games gold medal of Pyeongchang 2018.
Pedersen produced the fastest second run to post an overall time of 2:13.45, beating the United States' Tyler Walker by a margin of 0.34 seconds.
Poland's Igor Sikorski rounded out the podium in 2:15.90, opening his nation's medal tally.
Alpine skiing action at the Pyeongchang 2018 Paralympics is due to continue on Saturday (March 17).
The men's slalom events are scheduled for then with the women's set to take place the following day.