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22 Nov
Sick of rolling himself around Luanda, one mechanically minded young man souped-up his wheelchair. Now he can zip around the city at 100 km/h.
6 May 2019
Over 120,000 registered runners and wheelchair participants at more than 323 locations across 72 countries covered 1,103,276 km globally on May 5 during the sixth annual Wings for Life World Run, a charity event to raise funds for spinal cord injury research.

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