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