Just seen the undoubtedly talented little person, Ellie Simmons, win Gold in the Paralympics.
That’s fantastic. She’s a great girl, and still only 21.
In the same race, the 200m medley where you do 4 lengths, each a different stroke, there was a lady who had no arms at all, and was actually leading at half way.
For a start, how can someone with no arms even swim at all, let alone do the crawl, breaststroke? Then there’s the length of butterfly – that’s just actually not possible, literally, without arms.
How can that lady be in the same race as people with 2 arms and 2 legs, even short ones by virtue of dwarfism?
That’s surely, surely not fair.
Or is it just me that thinks like that?