Be yourself and always remember Hakuna Matata
I was born with my lower right arm missing. I was bullied a lot in Primary School but overcame it to become Scotland’s Fastest ever S9 100m butterfly swimmer. I switched to Triathlon in 2015, and I have competed on the world stage 5 times in the last 12 months for Great Britain. A few words I live by and want to pass on to you: Be yourself and always remember Hakuna Matata!
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