Source: The Telegraph
This time two years ago Kadeena Cox was, by her own admission, “a nobody”.
She was a young woman attempting to come to terms with the sudden onset of multiple sclerosis that had shattered her dreams of competing at the Olympics, and she was a nervous sprinter dipping her toe into the world of para athletics for the first time.
It was an experience that would see her win her first world title and change her life completely – she won another, and then three medals at the Paralympics last year, including two golds. Read on.