Craig Collis-McCann won a bronze medal to add to the British medal tally at the UCI Para-cycling Road World Cup in Ostend on the third day of action.
The British rider, who had already won bronze in the time trial on Thursday, came home in third in the men’s T2 road race.
He was ten seconds behind Germany’s Hans-Peter Durst and Australia’s Stuart Jones in gold and silver respectively as he continued a strong showing in Belgium.
And Collis-McCann edged out American Ryan Boyle by just two seconds over the 32km course to take his place on the podium.
That was the only medal of the day for the British contingent, with Hannah Dines having to settle for fifth in the women’s T2 road race where American Jill Walsh took gold.
Melissa Nicholls was sixth in the H4, while in the men’s equivalent Alex Brooke-Turner finished 17th and Mark Allen was 20th and finally Dan Hopwood was 27th in the H3.