Cycling Preview
Thirteen athletes will take to the road and track in Lima, Peru, as Team USA looks to repeat as leaders of the medal count in cycling after claiming 19 total medals (seven gold, seven silver, five bronze) at the Parapan American Games Toronto 2015. The team, which is comprised of seven men and six women, features four Paralympians. 

With two Paralympic Games under his belt and four Paralympic medals to his name, Joe Berenyi (Aurora, Illinois), looks to continue his dominance on the track as the reigning track world champion in the MC3 time trial. Also leading the way for Team USA is two-time Paralympic bronze medalist Samantha Bosco (Upland, California), who won two bronze medals (WC5 individual pursuit, WC5 scratch race) at the 2019 world championships, and two-time Paralympic silver medalist Jill Walsh (Syracuse, New York) who will strive for gold in the mixed T1-2 time trial. The fourth Paralympian representing Team USA in Lima, Peru, is Chris Murphy (Alta Loma, California), who won bronze in the MC5 time trial and team sprint at the 2019 track world championships.

Competition on the track will kick off first with competition held Aug. 26-27, followed by the road competitions on Aug. 30 and Sept.1. 

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