The Valencian Ricardo Ten was the great protagonist of the last day of the Road Adaptive Cycling World Cup which was hosted by the Belgian town of Ostend when it won gold and one of the four medals won this Sunday by the Spanish team, winner of ten metals in total.

Ricardo Ten got his second medal in the event after imposing himself with authority in the online test for the MC1 class to the Germans Pierre Senska and Michael Teuber, a success that adds to his silver in the time trial mode and confirmed as leader of the World Cup.

For his part, the Aragonese cyclist Eduardo Santas had no options in the C2 class, where the British Finlay Graham won very clearlyalthough he did show his strength in the sprint to take a valuable second place.

Besides, Spain achieved two more bronzes thanks to the tandem formed by Christian Venge and Noel Martín after a tight sprint and to the test of Team Relay for handbikes with Sergio Garrote, Luis Miguel García-Marquina and Iván Manoel Montero.

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