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A Long Journey to Get Back on Track

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Bryshon Nellum was six months removed from a third surgery to extract shotgun pellets and six months away from the all-important 2012 Olympic trials. He didn’t have the time to worry about other people’s opinions. The London Olympics – these Olympics – had been his goal since he was in high school, well before a shotgun blast to his legs messed everything up.

Having finally conquered the subsequent self-doubt he battled for years, he was determined to spend the next half-year ensuring those opinions would be reversed.  

 

 

 

 

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