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Para-cycling tandems: the dynamic duos

Two wheels - but also two seats and four pedals. Riding tandem may provide twice as much power, but the rear-seated cyclist must have ‘blind’ confidence in the athlete in front. Yet that confidence is aptly named in this case, because the Tandem Division in para-cycling is reserved for visually impaired athletes and their pilots. 
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Riding on level terms

C4, B, H3, T2… no, they’re not the names of Star Wars droids, but rather sport classes for para-cyclists participating in the UCI World Cup, the UCI World Championships, and the Paralympic Games.
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Para-cycling: behind the success of Team USA

Consistency in every discipline: this is what defines Team USA’s para-cyclists. On the road and on the track, it’s customary to see athletes representing the Stars and Stripes on the podiums of the UCI World Championships and Paralympic Games, whereas other nations seldom excel in both disciplines.
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Paracycling: Road VS Track

The para-cycling discipline comprises racing on the road and on the track: two specialities with many similarities but also little (and not so little) differences. We take a look…
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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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