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FEATURE: Wheelchair racer to make long-awaited Paralympics debut

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07:06 31 Aug 2016

By Mai Yoshikawa
TOKYO, Aug. 31, Kyodo

Kazumi Nakayama had always been an athlete, though a incapacity that she grown after in life done her a some-more dynamic one and non-stop a doors to a universe she had never imagined.

Nine years after a vicious damage to her spine that left her legs paralyzed, a 33-year-old wheelchair racer has warranted herself a sheet to Rio de Janeiro and will be holding partial in a Paralympics for a initial time in her life.

Nakayama appears to have found a grade of comfort in a discomfort, and does a good pursuit stealing her tears behind her heading smile.

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  • FEATURE: Wheelchair racer to make long-awaited Paralympics debut
  • FEATURE: Wheelchair racer to make long-awaited Paralympics debut
  • FEATURE: Wheelchair racer to make long-awaited Paralympics debut

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