Roald Bradstock

Diagnosed with spina bifida (a developmental disorder in the spine) and told by doctors that he would have trouble walking, Roald Bradstock persevered and became an Olympic athlete in men’s javelin. Since 2000, the British Olympic silver medalist has also received awards for his sports paintings and gained the title “Olympic Picasso.” The former Olympian tells Brian Yap about his trials and jubilations as an artist and an athlete. 

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