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The decision to postpone the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics didn’t come as a surprise to para track and field athlete Atsushi Yamamoto or blind soccer player Ryo Kawamura.

As the new coronavirus spread across the world at the start of the year, both men were already anticipating that the games were unlikely to go on as scheduled, with their own activities having already suffered major disruptions.

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