Tomoki Sato finished behind Raymond Martin in the men’s T52 400-meter final at the Rio Paralympics and immediately set the time and place where he planned to take his revenge.

All the years Sato spent working toward his goal had suddenly boiled down to a 100-meter stretch of track at the National Stadium. Martin was ahead of him again and speeding toward a second straight gold medal. This time, however, Sato was ready for him.

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