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Fin Graham wins two gold medals at paracycling road world cup event in Canada


By Staff Reporter


A young paracycling champion racked up a double gold medal haul at a road world cup event in Canada last weekend.

Fin Graham (centre) celebrates on the podium as he won two gold medals at the road world cup in Canada.
Fin Graham (centre) celebrates on the podium as he won two gold medals at the road world cup in Canada.

Strathpeffer’s Fin Graham – now based in Manchester – was representing Great Britain in Bai-Comeau.

Graham (19), who was born with two club feet and has no calf muscle on his right leg, was the top individual in the British
squad at Bai-Comeau, winning the 18k road time trial and 52k road race two days later.

It was a medal-strewn trip for the 10-strong British squad winning six golds overall, four silver and two bronze medals.

The female tandem team emulated Graham’s success winning their time trial and road race.

“There was a lot of travelling but it was a fantastic trip,” said Graham, who now gets a brief respite from his training programme.

Read more in today's Ross-shire Journal.



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