Britain won 5 gold medals in the Cycling Championship on the fourth day

British para athletes showcased their exceptional skills and continued their impressive performance on the fourth day of the Cycling World Championships held in Glasgow. The British team secured five gold medals, further solidifying their dominance in the competition.
Kadeena Cox, a renowned athlete and world record holder, clinched the gold medal in the 500m time trial of the C4 event. Her remarkable speed and precision propelled her to victory, adding another accolade to her already impressive career. In addition to Cox’s triumph, Finn Graham also emerged victorious, claiming the gold medal in the Rush Siu event. Graham’s exceptional performance demonstrated his talent and determination, earning him a well-deserved spot on the podium.
With these victories, the British para athletes have maintained their position at the top of the points table in the fourth In-Para Championship. Their consistent success is a testament to their hard work, dedication, and the support they receive from their coaches and the entire team.

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