Result: Great Britain's Shaun McKeown up for gold in men's C3 pursuit

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Great Britain's Shaun McKeown will fight for a gold medal in the men's cycling C3 individual pursuit.

Great Britain could add another gold to their tally today after Paralympic cyclist Shaun McKeown secured a place in the men's C3 individual pursuit final.

The Brit set up a gold-medal clash with Joseph Berenyi of the United States, who set a world record time of 3:36.148 in the velodrome.

McKeown finished in the second-quickest time of the pursuit, while his compatriot Darren Kenny, who was favourite to clinch gold, slipped out of the top two to finish in fourth.

Kenny will go up against David Nicholas of Australia in the bronze-medal match later today.

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