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Finding the right prosthetic limb allowed sprinter Sae Tsuji to optimize her on-track performance and push her forward in her quest for a Tokyo Paralympic medal.

The 26-year-old Japanese is hopeful of a return to the podium at the Tokyo Paralympics, where she will compete in races in the women's T47 class for athletes with a unilateral upper limb impairment. She is also looking to show the world that she has overcome the post-Games slump she experienced after winning T47 400 meters bronze in Rio in 2016.

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