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Megan Fisher wins silver in the women's individual pursuit C4, London 2012 Paralympic Games

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Published on Aug 31, 2012

On Aug. 30, U.S. cyclist Megan Fisher (Missoula, Mont.) won silver in the women's individual pursuit C4 race. Fisher, who made her Paralympic Games debut in London, claimed the silver by posting a finish time of 4:07.147.

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