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ITV News Correspondent Neil Connery has met the Derenalagi family for a third time as Derek realised his dream and headed to the Olympic Stadium to compete:
Jody Cundy told Paralympics GB; "It feels like somebody’s died. They haven’t; I’ve just missed a bike race. I’ll come back tomorrow.
"Although the 4km Pursuit isn’t my favoured event, I’ve won a bronze medal at the last World Championships and a silver the time before. I’m in good shape, so there’s no reason why I can’t try and make a medal final. Then we’ll see what happens after that."
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A distraught Jody Cundy protested and boos rang around the velodrome after the cyclist was denied a restart in the one-kilometre time-trial.
Derek Derenalagi will compete tonight in the Paralympic Games, five years after he lost both his legs while serving in Afghanistan.