COVID-19 lockdown forces Irish paralympic hopeful to tread-mill water

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Tuam, Ireland: In his suburban driveway in the west of Ireland, blind triathlete Leo Hynes clambers into a box of water, straps himself to a bungee cord and starts to swim – going nowhere, but going fast. During coronavirus lockdown, the aspiring paralympian has been unable to train as usual for the now-delayed Tokyo games.
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