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Katie: Judo Paralympian with aniridia

To show what’s possible for a person with aniridia, we checked in with one competing in judo at the Tokyo Paralympics. Meet Katie, part of Team USA. I’m Katie Davis from Sacramento California. I was born with aniridia and nystagmus, … Continue reading

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Amanda: Goalball Paralympian with aniridia

To demonstrate the amazing things a person with aniridia can achieve, we interviewed one competing at their 3rd Paralympics in Tokyo. Amanda is part of Team USA, hoping to better her USA Women’s Goalball team’s bronze medal won in 2016. … Continue reading

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2016 Paralympians with aniridia

Athletes with aniridia competed at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games. Mary Fisher, New Zealand¬†won gold in 100m backstroke S11 with a world record time and 4th or 6th in freestyle swimming at other lengths Amanda Dennis, USA¬†won bronze with her … Continue reading

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Paralympians with aniridia

The most decorated paralympian ever has aniridia. She and at least two athletes who have aniridia were at the London 2012 Paralympics. There might also have been a runner and a physiotherapist with aniridia too. Most decorated Trischa Zorn from … Continue reading

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