World record success
Wheelchair champion Sarah Piercy and University of Plymouth join forces to set new handcycle speed record in Nevada
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Working with a world-class local athlete, engineering students and academics, Plymouth University will attempt to set a land speed record at the World Human Powered Speed Challenge (WHPSC) on a remote road in Battle Mountain Nevada, September 2016.
Wheelchair champion fully focused for world record attempt with University of Plymouth
University of Plymouth news: Former London Marathon winner Sarah Piercy is continuing her physical and mental preparations after teaming up with University of Plymouth for a world record attempt
Sarah Piercy, British Wheelchair Racing Association
Sarah Piercy, British Wheelchair Racing Association. Inspired by the likes of Dame Tanni Grey-Thompson and David Holding, nothing will stop her from accomplishing her dream.
The University of Plymouth launched an ambitious attempt to break the women's world land speed record at the World Human Powered Speed Challenge