During Spain’s strict lockdown last year, Paralympic triathlon champion Susana Rodriguez trained furiously at home and helped fight the coronavirus in her job as a doctor.
Rodriguez — who swam, cycled and sprinted to gold in Saturday’s PTVI race for athletes with visual impairments — said working in a hospital meant she “knew COVID was very serious, since the very beginning”.
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