Sekou loves running and winning each race. All Sekou ever wanted was to be able to start the race fairly like everyone else. The other competitors knew when to start by the sound of the gun, but Sekou only knew to start because they did. He lodged a complaint with the human rights commission because he was told he couldn't have a flashing light to start the race. He won his bid, much the same way he wins his races. Watch his story here.
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