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MEDAL QUEST | MEDAL QUEST AT THE GAMES | Preventing a "freeway pile-up" of racers | PBS

Duration: 03:29

Cheri Blauwet, seven-time Paralympic medalist and now a medical doctor, talks about injuries, athlete classifications, and doping controls. "I loved competing," she tells MEDAL QUEST, and she's proud to be working now to improve rights and health for all individuals with disabilities. MEDAL QUEST offers an unprecedented look into these high-stake games and the athletes that play them, and is produced for PBS by WGBH Boston in association with the US Olympic Committee and the International Paralympic Committee. More at: ?pbs.org

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Post Date: October 9, 2012