Silver for Steadman at Paralympics

Lauren Steadman Picture: David Pearce

Lauren Steadman Picture: David Pearce

Ricky Stevens and Ryan Charlwood racing ahead at Mallory Park. Picture: JCM Motorsports photography

Stevens and Charlwood ready to move through the gears at Donington Park

Rob Arkell, left, on the podium in Budapest

Mindset shift is key as Arkell grabs Ironman 70.3 Budapest podium spot

Have your say

Lauren Steadman won silver at the Paralympics in Rio today.

The 23-year-old, who is a member of both Portsmouth Northsea Swimming Club and City of Portsmouth Athletics Club, claimed second place in the paratriathlon.

The double world champion clocked a time of 1hr 11min 43sec to finish runner-up behind winner Grace Norman (USA), who finished in a time of 1.10.39.

France’s Gwladys Lemoussu was third in 1.14.31, with Britain’s Faye McClelland ( 1.15.08) fourth.

Back to the top of the page