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Seeing Is Believing


Adaptive people are incredible.

Adaptive athletes are incredible.

Watching David Brown is even more incredible.

I had the privilege of watching him run, and I mean fast, alongside his guide, Jerome Avery. He has been considered the fastest runner on the planet, with countless victories, Olympic gold medals and world records obtained, and has made a name for himself in the T-11 (Visually Impaired) Paralympic world. I met and spoke with him briefly last year, and he was calm, extremely polite, and was very genuine. Interesting considering he is the fastest runner in his category. He also runs with the motto, "Running4HISGlory+" He has one of the most dedicated work ethics to improve, however he generally is competing against himself and his own times. He competes in the 100m, 200m, 400m, and 4x100 relay. Oh, I failed to mention earlier, he's blind. This is an excellent video and story of David, his guide, and how he truly demonstrates what living life without limbits means, and exemplifies what being LIMBitless means.

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