Neil Grieg and two-time Paralympian and World Champion Anruné Weyers talk defying the odds

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To chase your passions, you have to be brave, fearless, and ready to break boundaries to claim your victory. Our South African sports icons are a testament to this - from the sports fields to the sports track, they continue to make history with every victorious step.  

Join Neil Grieg as he chats to two phenomenal sports stars who are shattering glass ceilings and making waves in the sports industry on this exclusive two-part podcast series, Impossible is Nothing, brought to you by adidas and Sport24. 

In this episode two-time Paralympian and World Champion as well as adidas ambassador, Anruné Weyers joins Neil to chat about her sports journey and defying the odds. She shares how she overcame intense bullying in her school days and how her teacher had helped fuel her desire to run and prove her antagonists wrong. Anruné talks about how she has since gone on to break multiple records including holding the African Record in the 400m, 200m, and 100m races as well as shares her hopes going into the Tokyo Paralympic Games later this year. 

Listen to the full discussion below:

This post is sponsored by adidas produced by Brandstudio24 for Sport24.  

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