In Quebec (Canada), tricycle Tim Sellen won the Paracycling World Cup road race. With this victory, the 24-year-old European and reigning World Champions also secured a final victory in the same World Cup.
Riders had to cover 35.4 kilometers in four laps. The first part of the lap was downhill followed by two parts with long climbs.
The first part was 1.3 kilometers with an average of 4%. The second part (towards the finish) was 1.1 km with an average of 3%.
Our compatriot and German Jaeger went strong on the climb on the second lap. The two gradually extended their lead and stayed together until the final sprint.
In the sprint, our compatriots had no size. He won the victory a few minutes ahead of the Germans. Another German Schmidt finished on the podium.
Exactly the same results as hand biker hoodies. Both players have shown themselves to be in great shape for the World Championships next week in Behere Comeau (Canada).