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In the second of our Paralympic specials, we speak to GB runner Gemma Steel. Gemma competed in the 2018 Commonwealth Games and has run against Paula Radcliffe. In the episode, we discuss how running helps Gemma manage her ADHD, How Disabled people make great employees and her plans for the future
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Originally published as 17. 2020 Paralympic Specials: Gemma Steel at lABLEd Podcast

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