Disabled and able-bodied athletes have long worked in harmony at the Paralympics, perfectly demonstrating the axiom “the whole is greater than the sum of its parts” and showing the future can be inclusive.
At the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics, one coxed four Japanese rowing team is out to show its mixed-gender, multiple-impairment and able-bodied parts can deliver on a whole lot of potential.
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