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If the damn guy can do it, let the man run.
In the Olympics, no, in the Para-Olympics, yes. Because athletes are not allowed to use performance enhancers and the prosthetics could be deemed as such, especially considering he can’t run at all without them. (hate to be the asshole, sorry)
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