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Claire Supiot

17 Dec 2020
She competed in the Seoul Olympics in 1988, and more than thirty years later, French swimmer Claire Supiot is training to take part in next year's Paralympics. Despite discovering she had the neuropathy Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease in 2008, 52-year-old Claire isn't letting her disability get in the way of her dreams.

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