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    30 May 2023

    GB para-cyclists secure seven medals, including gold for Fran Brown and Fin Graham, in Alabama’s Road World Cup

    Great British Success at Para-cycling Road World Cup

    The world of Para-cycling witnessed an exceptional level of performance from the Great Britain team who claimed seven medals, including two golds on the final day of racing at the Para-cycling Road World Cup held recently in Alabama, USA. The British cyclists were in formidable form throughout the tournament.

    Fran Brown and Fin Graham stole the show by securing victories in both time trial and road races during this highly competitive event. Both athletes showed sheer grit and determination to bring home a win for their country while competing alongside some of the very best cyclists from around the world.

    Medals Galore!

    The dominating performance from GB’s Jaco van Gass was truly impressive as he secured fifth place in a keenly contested race while teammate Ben Watson had to settle for second position behind Graham, who took gold with aplomb in men’s C3 event.

    Brown was equally outstanding during her sole participation and made sure she outdid herself by winning gold for women’s C1 category.

    Morgan Newberry displayed sheer talent by finishing second ahead of other competitors from across different countries. Meanwhile, Daphne Schrager represented her nation with grace by clinching silver medal after losing out narrowly to Switzerland’s Flurina Rigling in a sprint finish

    In addition, Steve Bate along with his pilot Chris Latham won another silver medal following a nail-biting encounter against Tristan Bangma and Patrick Bos – tandem pair representing Netherlands – who showcased extraordinary skills throughout this tournament. William Bjergfelt put up an incredible fight that saw him secure bronze medal not just for himself but also adding it into Great Britain’s already strong overall tally of medals earned over course fo this challenging competition.

    Gearing Up For More Challenges in 2023

    The GB riders have once again proved their mettle by achieving an extraordinary feat at the Para-cycling Road World Cup. They are now gearing up for even bigger challenges which await them at the UCI Cycling World Championships that are scheduled to be held in Glasgow from 3-13 August.

    Join Disability Sports Clubs Across UK

    If you’re inspired to get into disability sport after witnessing this remarkable feat, then there’s no better time than now! The UK has a wide range of sports clubs catering specifically for people with disabilities and impairments – from archery to athletics, ice hockey to equestrian and so much more. Joining one of these clubs can help improve your overall fitness levels whilst providing a chance to meet like-minded individuals who share similar interests as yours!

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