More Medals for GB Paracycling Team


Great Britain Cycling Team’s Lora Turnham and Corinne Hall won their second world cup silver medals of the weekend on the closing day of the UCI Para-cycling Road World Cup in Belgium.

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The tandem pair followed up on silver in Friday’s time trial with the same result in the road race – beaten to the gold for the second time by the Irish pairing of Katie-George Dunlevy and Eve McCrystal in a thrilling sprint finish.

It was an impressive performance from Turnham and Hall who found themselves a considerable distance behind the leading pack after the first few laps. But with 30km remaining of the 66.8km race, they lead the charge to close the gap, ultimately heading the field at times in the closing laps.

Eight pairs were in the hunt for all three medals in a dramatic final sprint, with the Irish pair coming out on top for the second time of the world cup weekend. A further five medals were won by the team over the three days, with Karen Darke picking up a silver in the time-trial and a bronze in the road race, Simon Price winning his first world cup medal since 2013 in the C2 men’s time-trial, Stephen Bate and pilot Adam Duggleby taking bronze in the men’s tandem time-trial, while David Stone announced his return to the Great Britain Cycling Team with an excellent performance to take a silver medal in the men’s T2 road race.




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