Fil-Am who races on wheelchair wins 2 gold medals in 2012 London Paralympics Games

ABS-CBN News’ Balitang America staff reports that Filipino-American athlete Raymond Martin-who is 18 years old and has a congenital condition called Freeman Sheldon Syndrome-won two Olympic medals at the London 2012 Paralympic Games over the weekend.

Paralympics medalist Raymond Martin (Screenshot of photo posted on ABS-CBNNews.com)

 

ABS-CBN News’ Balitang America staff reports that Filipino-American athlete Raymond Martin-who is 18 years old and has a congenital condition called Freeman Sheldon Syndrome-won two Olympic medals at the London 2012 Paralympic Games over the weekend. The report noted that Martin triumphed in the men’s T-52 100 meters race and the men’s T-52 400 meters race.

 

The report revealed: "Martin was also one of the nominees under the category "Best Male Athlete with Disability" in ESPN's 2012 ESPY awards."

 

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