Wang Haitao: “Sport Helped Me to Realise My Self-Worth in This World” | Paralympic Games
Wang Haitao, captain of the Chinese 🇨🇳 wheelchair curling team speaks on the importance of the sport in his life and how it brought meaning to it, as a disabled person, and the talent and courage needed to be a wheelchair curling athlete 🥌
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Originally published as Wang Haitao: "Sport Helped Me to Realise My Self-Worth in This World" | Paralympic Games at Paralympic Games
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