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Strathpeffer cyclist Fin Graham breaks world record to reach Paralympic Games final this morning


By Will Clark

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STRATHPEFFER cyclist Fin Graham will race for gold in the C3 3000 metres final at the Paralympic Games this morning after breaking the world record.

Fin Graham is in the final of the C3 3000 metres.
Fin Graham is in the final of the C3 3000 metres.

The 21-year-old reached the final in Tokyo and has guaranteed at least silver after clocking three minutes 19.780 seconds.

He will be taking on fellow British rider Jaco Van Gass who went on to break Graham's world record when he record 3:17.593.

The final is scheduled to take place at around 7.40am.


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