Paralympic cyclist Sarah Storey says the equipment and facilities offered by British Cycling are enough to make other nations envious, ahead of this weekend's World Para-Cycling Championships in Manchester.
Mancunian Storey, who was born with a deformed left hand, appeared at four Paralympic Games as a swimmer under her maiden name Bailey. She made the switch to cycling before the Beijing Games and returned with golds in the individual pursuit and road time trial.
She will aim to defend her 3km pursuit world title on Saturday and also competes in Sunday's 500m time trial.
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