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Being blind is nobody’s choice, but for Japanese swimmer Keiichi Kimura the decision to break into the world of competitive swimming — and go one further by aiming for gold at the Paralympics — was entirely his.

Going to the Rio Paralympics, which starts Wednesday and runs until Sept. 18, the 25-year-old swimmer has high hopes of achieving his goal after he won silver at the London Paralympics in 2012.

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