Stratford's Giglia settles for seventh in final Paralympic race
STRATFORD'S Megan Giglia finished her road cycling campaign without a medal after settling for seventh in the C1-3 road race at the Rio Paralympics on Friday.
American cancer survivor Jamie Whitmore claimed glory after winning a three-way sprint finish.
China's Zeng Sini took silver after making up a ten-second deficit at the halfway stage, having dropped back to pace her team-mate, who suffered an early fall.
Giglia said: "I've had a great first Paralympic Games. I can go away from this with a lot of lessons learned and come back stronger."
The 31-year-old returns home with one gold medal, following her triumph in the C1-3 3,000m cycling race on the opening day of the games, where she beat rival Whitmore into second place.