An incredible gift to the Japanese people

An incredible gift to the Japanese people

Incredible! As a final gift to the Japanese people, 66 year old visually impaired marathon runner Mihoko Nishijima crossed the line 8th in a time of 3:29.12!

She was completely exhausted & struggling to stay on her feet in the final hundred metres, but the volunteers lined up and clapped her home.

Mihoko may have been born in 1955 but she’s still thrilling the world in 2021.

#StrongerTogether #Tokyo2020


Image Source: Paralympics Tokyo 2020

Patrick Skene

Patrick Skene is a founder and Chief Creative Officer of Cultural Pulse. Patrick works with over 100 communities and creates compelling content for clients to engage with them. He is a storyteller, marketer, writer and author of ‘The Big O, The Life & Times of Olsen Filipaina‘ which has gone into reprint. His stories on the intersection of sport, history and culture have been published by The Guardian Australia, the Age, the Sydney Morning Herald and Inside Sport. He is currently the proud coach of the Rockdale Raiders Under 8B1’s football team.