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Posing with a Paralympic Gold Medal I did nothing to earn! @stevebatembe talked to me about how going blind is one of the best things in his life, because it has jolted him into action, appreciation and making the most out of life. I find it bonkers how often I hear this viewpoint, that we need a disaster in our life before we wake up and remember how short and precious life is! Steve is a cyclist, an adventurer, “dad” to a truly messed-up, bonkers rescue dog, and a really, really great guy. Good luck for Tokyo, Mr Batembe! #yorkshire #blog #goniceplacesdogoodthings #alpkit

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