Steps Ambassador Fin Graham becomes UCI Para-Cycling World Champion


Fin was born with bilateral club feet, which leaves him with no calf muscle and little to no movement in his ankles. Having enjoyed mountain biking in his early teenage years, Fin switched his focus and caught the attention of British Cycling’s para-cycling programme in 2016. In 2017, he claimed his first national para-cycling road title, and was selected for his first world championships on the road in 2018. Fin already made history at his Paralympic debut in Tokyo, where he won two silver medals. 

This August, Fin secured two road race medals at the Para-cycling Road World Championships in Canada. On Friday, Fin missed out on winning the time trial by 0.08 seconds in Baie-Comeau, Canada but on Sunday, competing in the road race at the UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships, he crossed the line first! He won a gold medal in the men’s C3 category and he can now claim the title of World Champion.

To learn more about Fin please watch his personal video story on our YouTube Channel

Fin and Dee Graham – From being born with clubfoot to training to become a Paralympian. – YouTube