Sam Ruddock, Inspire+ ambassador, becomes world champion at the UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships in Paris


An ambassador for a sports education charity has won a world title at the Para-cycling World Championships.

Sam Ruddock won the world title in the men’s C1 time trial category at the UCI Para-cycling Track World Championships in France.

He won his world title on Friday when he was the fastest in the 1 km competition.

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Sam Ruddock won the UCI Para-cycling Track World Championship title in France. (60224403)

The athlete is also an ambassador for Inspire+, a charity based in Grantham.

Inspire+ aims to keep children and young people active through sport.

In a statement, the charity said: “Sam has made an incredible impact within the charity’s member schools with his assemblies.

“It engages children in fun and challenging interventions around emotional intelligence, mental resilience, physical attitude and well-being.”

Sam said: “It’s a pleasure to be an inspire+ ambassador.

“Their efforts in Grantham and wider Lincolnshire are having a huge but more importantly measurable impact on the provision and facilitation of sport, physical activity and training in the region.

“I’m very proud to help inspire the next generation through their work.”

For more information on Sam Ruddock and other inspire+ ambassador assemblies, visit: or call 01476 578137.


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