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Man Without Arms Wins 4 Golds at Paralympics in Swimming Competition, Tells Daughter He Made It Without Hands 

Man Without Arms Wins 4 Golds at Paralympics in Swimming Competition, Tells Daughter He Made It Without Hands

The man dominated in areas like freestyle, backstroke, and butterfly even though he lost both his arms to an electric shock as a child.

After his win on Wednesday, September 1, the man said he gave the competition his best shot and there were no regrets. A world record set The same media gathered that to prepare for the competition, the man had to swim at least 10km daily.

It should be noted that the 30-year-old man started swimming at the young teenage age of 13. Zheng has so far won a total number of nine Paralympic medals in his career as a professional swimmer. Daily Mail reports that the man set a record in the 50m backstroke contest on Monday, August 30.

 

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