Shaun McKeown focused on road race after C3 time trial disappointment

McKeown looks to road race
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Great Britain's Shaun McKeown says that the men's individual C3 time trial was "tough" after finishing in sixth place.

Great Britain's Paralympic cyclist Shaun McKeown has admitted that his sixth-placed finish in the men's C3 individual time trial was a "tough" challenge.

McKeown failed to rival for a medal place after completing the race at Brands Hatch in 24:44.37.

"That was tough," McKeown told The Guardian. "I can be quite a canny road racer. I'm hoping we can take out some of the sprinters in a breakaway and see what happens."

Meanwhile, British silver medallist Jon-Allan Butterworth finished 12th in the C5 time trial.

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