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Two African Olympic medalists inspire the next generation

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Two African Olympic medalists inspire the next generation

Two African Olympic medalists inspire the next generation

Tunisian swimmer Ahmed Hafnaoui recounts his journey to winning gold at the Tokyo Olympics.

In Ghana, bronze medal boxer Samuel Takyi shows us the gym that shaped him into a champion.


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