Brad Snyder Profile Feature - 2016 Rio Paralympic Games - Infield Productions
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This video is a profile feature on Brad Snyder, an American swimmer on the United States Paralympic team who competed at the 2012 Summer Paralympics in London and the 2016 Summer Paralympics in Rio. Snyder won two Gold medals and one Silver at London and three Gold and one Silver at Rio. He lost his eyesight from an IED explosion while serving in the United States Navy in Afghanistan. Among fully blind swimmers, he is the current world record holder for the 100-meter freestyle events. This story originally aired during the 2016 Rio Paralympic Games on NBC.

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