Bike returned to paralympic cyclist
A Quebec paralympic cyclist whose two racing bicycles were stolen just weeks before the Rio Games has one of them back in her possession.
"It needs a bit of love but it (the damage) is superficial," Marie-Eve Croteau told a news conference. "I am really happy.”
Croteau, 37, said she thought her trip to Rio was in doubt after she discovered the theft Friday.
The bike that was found is for road racing, while the one still missing is for time trials. Neither police nor Croteau gave any details about how the bike was tracked down.
Surveillance footage Croteau posted online showed two men entering the underground garage of her condo building and leaving with the bicycles moments later.