Ricardo Ten wins silver in the Kilometer CRI of the Track World Championship


The Spanish cyclist Ricardo Ten won the silver medal this Friday on the second day of the Adapted Cycling World Championship on Track, thanks to a sensational performance in the Kilometer CRI, giving the third medal to Spain at the Saint-Quentin velodrome. en-Yvelines (Paris).

Ten, who was proclaimed world champion in scratch C1 on Thursday, added his second metal, after being second in the C1 class, with a time of 1:14.622. This result brings the Valencian even closer to the rainbow in the omnium, for which only the individual pursuit remains to be played this Saturday.

Very close to the podium was Óscar Higuera in the scratch of the C4 class, where he achieved a great fourth position thanks to his good top speed. In the afternoon, in the battle for bronze in the individual pursuit, Eduardo Santas also touched his second medal against the Australian David Nicholas, who took the podium.