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Vincent ter Schure (born 24 October 1979) is a visually impaired Dutch Paralympic cyclist. He represented the Netherlands at the 2016 Summer Paralympics held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil together with his sighted pilot Timo Fransen and he won one gold medal and two silver medals. He won the gold medal in the men's road race B event and the silver medals in the men's road time trial B and men's individual pursuit B events. At the 2017 UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships held in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa, he won the bronze medal in the men's 31 km time trial event.

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  • Vincent ter Schure (born 24 October 1979) is a visually impaired Dutch Paralympic cyclist. He represented the Netherlands at the 2016 Summer Paralympics held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil together with his sighted pilot Timo Fransen and he won one gold medal and two silver medals. He won the gold medal in the men's road race B event and the silver medals in the men's road time trial B and men's individual pursuit B events. At the 2017 UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships held in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa, he won the bronze medal in the men's 31 km time trial event.
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  • Vincent ter Schure (born 24 October 1979) is a visually impaired Dutch Paralympic cyclist. He represented the Netherlands at the 2016 Summer Paralympics held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil together with his sighted pilot Timo Fransen and he won one gold medal and two silver medals. He won the gold medal in the men's road race B event and the silver medals in the men's road time trial B and men's individual pursuit B events. At the 2017 UCI Para-cycling Road World Championships held in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa, he won the bronze medal in the men's 31 km time trial event. At the 2019 UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships held in Apeldoorn, Netherlands, he won the silver medal in the individual pursuit B event. He also represented the Netherlands at the 2020 Summer Paralympics held in Tokyo, Japan. He won two medals: the gold medal in the men's road race B event and the silver medal in the men's road time trial B event.
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