Jody Cundy smashed his Columbian rival in the C4 4km Individual Pursuit to win his first medal at a Paralympic home games!
He took just 5 laps out of 16 to chase down Diego German Duenas Gomez and secure a bronze. The double Beijing gold medallist was on a mission to
Jody has been denied the chance to defend his Paralympic 1km Time Trial title after officials decided not to allow a restart following what appeared to be a fault with the gate.
Jody went of last and as he attempted to pull away from the gate, his back wheel didn’t release
Day 2 and it was time for me to race the 4km Pursuit. Having won a silver medal in Montichiari the year before I was seeded into the last but one heat. I was lined up against Aaron Trent of the USA. As I built up speed to settle into
Men's C4 Road Race
After a successful Track World Championship Silver medal in the pursuit, Jody continued his endurance transition and made his debut on the road at the UCI Para-Cycling Road World Cup in Sydney. In only his 2nd road race he finished with a solid 8th place in the
World Champion, Jody Cundy (GBR) 1:05.144 New WR!
Seems like a good way to start a post!
After winning the silver in the Pursuit it was time to re-engage the sprinter inside me, and try to ride as fast as possible over 4laps of the track.
With 2 4km pursuits in my legs
Well Day 2 is here which means a shift back to the events I know and love, the Kilo today, and the Team Sprint tomorrow.
The pursuit for me was an experiment, and a way to score important qualification points for London, and to stand on the podium having won a
What an eventful morning, riding the pursuit for the 1st time at a major championship it was all a step into the unknown. The previous pursuits I'd ridden had been without specific training, and the last one I rode was when I was ill at the nationals, so I had
A session of mixed feelings for Jody, after feeling ill all morning, he managed to get himself to the line in the evening for the 4km Pursuit. It was evident after 3 laps though that he wasn't on his A game, slipping behind his schedule at an alarming rate, he
Day 3 - Flying 200m
Another good day at the office for Jody, after a hard first 2 days, a PB and a WR was a welcome reward. 10.970 for the flying 200m, however with the British Championship being factored the result was only good enough for a silver medal, the
Day 1 - Team Sprint
In a nail-biting contest with Team Terminator, Andrew Kelly, Dave Readle and Jody Cundy (www.scienceinsport.com) took the bronze medal in the Team Sprint with a time of 47.752 and only two-tenths separating the teams. For Jody, this was his first able-bodied National medal and a great