Para-cycling World Championships: Storey wins second gold

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After protecting her C5 street race name in the 25, britain’s Sarah Storey won her second gold medal of the UCI Para-cycling World Championships.
Storey has defended the two titles she won in Italy after victory in the WC5 time trial Thursday.
Fourteen-time Paralympic champion Storey has won 33 world titles.
Crystal Lane-Wright, who won bronze this past year, missing out on a medal following a wreck on the corner shot her .
Over the penultimate evening of the championships, 2 other medals were won by Britain in addition to the gold of Storey
Katie Toft won her second silver medal of the competition from the C1 street race.
Jaco van Gass recovered from getting stuck to claim silver in a group sprint in the C3 category of the men.
Harry Maguire was the transfer priority of his manager also, the England defender is beginning to show his worth, after impressing while being jeered against former team Leicester.
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