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Strathpeffer cyclist Fin Graham agonisingly misses out on second medal at Paralympic Games in Tokyo

By Will Clark

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FIN Graham missed out on winning a second medal at the Paralympic Games in Tokyo when he finished fourth in the C3 Time Trial.

Fin Graham.
Fin Graham.

The Strathpeffer cyclist finished three seconds off third place to just miss out on the podium coming home in a time of 36 minutes 20.86 seconds.

Great Britain's Ben Watson won gold in 35:00.82 with Germany's Steffen Warias second in 35:57.41 and German Mattias Schindler third in 36:17.95.

Graham won silver in the 3000 metres individual pursuit last Thursday.

He has one more chance to win a medal when he competes in the C1–3 Road Race on Thursday at 1.48am.

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