British Paralympian sets up crowdfunding page to replace stolen cycle

Great Britain Rio Games athlete Hannah Dines had her car stolen and set alight, which contained her one-off racing trike

Hannah Dines.

(Image credit: Hannah Dines/Facebook)

Great Britain Paralympic cyclist Hannah Dines is appealing for help in raising money to replace a stolen racing trike.

Glaswegian Dines reports that her house was broken into on New Year's Eve, with thieves taking her car keys. They then stole her car, which contained her trike, crashed the vehicle and set it alight.

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