Alexandre Léauté and Marie Patouillet bring two new medals to France

The two tricote paracyclists each won their second individual medal on Saturday at the Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines velodrome.

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And two for Alexandre Léauté. After a first title in the 1km time trial, the Frenchman wonSaturday 22 October, another gold medal, in 3km pursuit (category C2) this time. The 22-year-old runner dominated the Japanese Shota Kawamoto in the final.

For its part, the Frenchwoman Marie Patouillet took the bronze medal in the scratch 10 kilometers (category C5) in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines. The 34-year-old para-cyclist with a left foot defect finished behind the New Zealander Nicole Murray and the British Crystal Lane-Wright.

This is also her second charm at these world championships, after a silver in the 500m sprint on Thursday. Less successful the day after his silver medal in the C5 individual pursuit, Heidi Gaugain finished seventh in the race.


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