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Strathpeffer cyclist Fin Graham wins silver at the Paralympic Games in Tokyo


By Will Clark

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Strathpeffer cyclist Fin Graham won silver at the C3 3000 metres individual pursuit at the Paralympic Games in Tokyo this morning.

Fin Graham won silver in Tokyo.
Fin Graham won silver in Tokyo.

The 21-year-old reached the final after breaking the world record in the semi final after clocking three minutes 19.780 seconds.

Fellow British rider Jaco Van Gass, who went on to break Graham's world record when he recorded 3:17.593 in the semi final, beat Graham in the final.

Graham will also compete in the C3 Time Trial on Tuesday at 5.30am and in the C1–3 Road Race next Thursday at 1.48am. All races are expected to be shown live on Channel 4.


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