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Arnulfo Castorena swims fast with no legs and only one arm

26 Sep 2012Arnulfo Castorena of Mexico won a silver medal in swimming men 50m breaststroke sb2. Arnulfo has won the first ever medal for Mexico in the Paralympics. His winning of the silver medal has lifted the spirits of swimming in Mexico.

Thursday August 30, 2012, will be a day stuck in the memory of many in Mexico, when it achieved its Paralympics silver medal in swimming men 50m breaststroke sb2. Arnulfo is a great honour for Mexico in achieving this success in a 2012 Paralympic events

Arnulfo represented Mexico in the Paralympics with no legs and only one arm. This man can swim better than everyone.

At the medal ceremony, Arnulfo is overcome by tears after receiving his silver medal for the Men's 50m Breaststroke SB2 Final. Arnulfo competed against other athletes who had a similar degree of physical impairment. Salute him for his success.

A picture speaks a thousand words so I’ll let you enjoy his pics!


Arnulfo in his race

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