Beijing Paralympics 2022: Kiwi Corey Peters wins silver in men's Super G sitting, second medal in as many days

New Zealand's Corey Peters has won his second medal in as many days at the Beijing Paralympics, taking home silver in the men's Super G sitting event.

Peters, 38, finished second in the Super G, coming away with a time of 1m 10.16s - narrowly missing out on another gold by just 0.47s at the Yanqing National Alpine Centre.

Norway's Jesper Pedersen took gold with a time of 1m 9.69s, while Taiki Morii of Japan won bronze.

The silver adds to Peters' gold medal won on Saturday, topping the podium in the men's sitting downhill event.

The Taranaki native had already tasted Paralympics success, winning silver at Sochi 2014, and bronze at Pyeongchang 2018 - seeing him with a full set of medals.

Peters' Kiwi compatriot Aaron Ewen finished ninth in the Super G sitting, with a time of 1m 16.04s in his first Winter Paralympics.

Corey Peters.
Corey Peters. Photo credit: Image - Getty Images

Earlier on Sunday, Adam Hall finished 21st in the men's standing Super G, with a time of 1m 15.80s.

Peters and Hall will be in action again on Monday, competing in the super combined event. Hall won bronze in the super combined event at Pyeongchang 2018.