“I am not going to leave Rio without a medal, that is not an option,” Neimanas, 26, said. “I am all in for Rio, and I am going to make it happen. I don’t want to come home empty-handed again. I don’t just want to be training. I want to be the best para-cyclist I can be, and I think having that mentality will help my goals toward Rio.
“I don’t want to be good. I want to be the best.”