Para-athlete Richard Browne breaks the 100m record ever


Para-athlete Richard Browne ran the fastest ever 100m by a single or double leg amputee, clocking 10.53 seconds at the U.S. Paralympics Track and Field Championships.

He is currently using a prosthesis made by Xiborg, the company founded by Sony CSL researcher Ken Endo. 

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