Mark Ledo

Mark Ledo


Mark Ledo collected a ninth career national title in June 2015 with a victory in the time trial. He was just coming off two-top-10 performances at World Cup stops in Switzerland and Italy.

He started cycling in April 2010, competing for his first time ever on a hand cycling race bike. A convert from athletics, Ledo competed at the Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games in both the 5000 metres and the marathon, finishing 28th and 37th respectively. Just four months after taking up road biking, Ledo earned a bronze medal in the road race and placed fifth in the time trial at the 2010 UCI Para-Cycling Road World Championships.

At the 2011 Para-cycling World Championships, Ledo won bronze in the road race. He also won four World Cup medals in 2011

Career Highlights

2008 and 2012 Paralympic Games… 2012 World Cup winner…two world championship medals…

Notable International Results

  • 2015 World Cup (SWI), road race 5th
  • 2015 World Cup (ITA), road race 10th
  • 2012 World Cup (ITA) road race 1st
  • 2012 Paralympic Games, team relay 5th
  • 2012 Paralympic Games, time trial 9th
  • 2014 World Championships, road race 7th
  • 2011 World Championships, road race 3rd
  • 2010 World Championships, road race 3rd


2015 Toronto Parapan AmsCycling - RoadRoad Race - Mengold


Games Sport Event Result
2015 Toronto Parapan Ams Cycling - Road Road Race - Men 1
Games Sport Event Result
2012 London Paralympics Cycling - Road Individual Time Trial - Men 9
2012 London Paralympics Cycling - Road Team Relay - Mixed 5
2008 Beijing Paralympics Athletics 5000m - Men 28
2008 Beijing Paralympics Athletics Marathon - Men 37