In episode 66 we chat with blind sprinter David Brown from the USA as he returns from the Rio Paralympics, where he ran with his guides Jerome Avery and Mason Rhodes.
Not only did David win gold in the T11 (or totally blind) category in the 100 meter sprint, but he set a new Paralympic record in the process of 10.99 seconds. Fantastic effort! – But not all of his plans worked out. Check out his story.
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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