With her love of wheelchair racing still driving her to compete at the highest level, 17-time Paralympic track and field medalist Tatyana McFadden is hungry for multiple medals at the Tokyo Games next summer.

“I love racing. I really, really do love it. It’s hard work and takes a lot of preparation,” said the 30-year-old American, who is arguably the world’s greatest female wheelchair racer of all time.

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