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Rio Paralympics: Germany at the top

Germany earned the most gold medals, with a total of eight from para-cycling road events at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games. Team Germany impressed in hand-cycling, tricycle, and C categories on the roads of Pontal, west of Rio.
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Rio Paralympics: A few surprises in handcycling

The para-cycling event of the Rio Paralympic Games continued this Thursday, with the road races starting in Pontal. As the handcycling pros were hard at work, some athletes caused a surprising stir and snatched the victory away from the favourites. 
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Rio Paralympics: 18 Para-cyclists Crowned in Time Trial Events

Para-cyclists outdid themselves, Wednesday, in Pontal, where the first road racing events of the Paralympic Games began. On this, the first day of road events, no less than 18 Time Trial titles were at play. Numerous athletes were able to become acquainted with the podium yet again, after having won medals during track events. 
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Rio Paralympic Games – Quentin Aubague, the limitless Frenchman

Few road para-cyclists can boast the impressive athletic record that Quentin Aubague can. The 27 year-old Frenchman who competes in the T1 class has three French National Championships, and 11 gold medals earned at UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships. In Rio, his goal is nothing less than to become the new Paralympic Champion in the time trial.
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Rio 2016 Paralympic Games : Para-cyclists head to Pontal

Now that track events have come to close at the Rio Paralympics, para-cyclists are on their way to Pontal to continue the Paralympic cycling excitement. Road racing events begin Wednesday, and with 197 athletes competing, events will be thrilling. Here is a preview of what is in store. 
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Rio 2016 Paralympic Games: Team GB dominant on the track

Para-cyclists Tristan Bangma (The Netherlands), and Lora Turnham (Great Britain) won the last individual events, Sunday, at the 2016 Rio Paralympic Games. Team Great Britain used the fourth and last day of track cycling to grab their eighth title at the velodrome – a gold medal in the Mixed C1-5 Team Sprint.
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