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Movement highly affected in the mid-trunk and legs.

Movement highly affected in the body below the chest and in the legs.

Movement affected to a high degree in the trunk, legs and hands.

Movement and coordination highly affected in the trunk, legs and hands, with one arm also affected to a mild degree.

Movement and coordination affected to a high degree on one side of the body, one arm and both legs.

 


H1-3 is for hand-cyclists that have highly affected movement in the trunk, legs and hands.

All generate power using their upper arms, and shoulders, with some able to use their chest too. Most are able to grip the handles to transmit power into the bike.

A time factoring system is used where the clock runs slowest for H1’s, faster for H2’s and faster again for H3's.


 Cycling - Road H1-3 is a competition class at the Tokyo Paralympics