In episode 64 we chat with blind sprinter David Brown from the USA as he prepares for the Rio Paralympic Games, where he will run with his guides Jerome Avery and Mason Rhodes.
David has an impressive list of achievements on the athletics track in the 100, 200 and 400 meter events. He was the first totally blind runner to get under 11 seconds for the 100 meters, and holds the T11 world record of 10.92 seconds.
Check out David’s website http://www.running4hisglory.com
This is a great conversation and I am sure that you will find it both informative and entertaining. I also include some motivational quotations.
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