The latest win brings her career total to four gold and 10 medals overall in both summer and winter events.
TOKYO, Japan — Oksana Masters won her second gold medal of the Tokyo Paralympics on Wednesday, bringing her career total to four gold and 10 medals overall in both summer and winter events.
The American won the women’s hand-cycle road race to go with a victory on Tuesday in the time trial. She could win one more gold in Tokyo in the relay event on Thursday.
“I can’t believe it,” Masters said. “I’ve never won a road race in my life and I never
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