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Strathpeffer cyclist Fin Graham wins second silver medal at Paralympic Games in Tokyo


By Will Clark

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FIN Graham won his second silver medal at the Paralympic Games when he finished runner-up in the Men's C1-3 Road Race.

Fin Graham has won two silver medals at the Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
Fin Graham has won two silver medals at the Paralympic Games in Tokyo.

The 21-year-old took second place in a time of two hours five minutes and 43 seconds in Tokyo this morning.

He was one minute 20 seconds behind race winner Ben Watson of Great Britain and five minutes 23 seconds ahead of Alexandre Léauté of France who won bronze.

He added his second medal to the silver he won in the 3000 metres individual pursuit he won in the velodrome seven days ago.

Graham also finished fourth in the in the C3 Time Trial on Tuesday, just missing out on a place on the podium by three seconds.

Graham was born with bilateral club feet, which leaves him with no calf muscle and little to no movement in his ankles.


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