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Leo sets sights on Irish Paralympic place

Wednesday, 18th July, 2018 10:16am

Story by Jacqueline Hogge
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Leo sets sights on Irish Paralympic place

LEO Hynes runs with the support of Nick Skehan, Milltown.

Leo sets sights on Irish Paralympic place

LEO Hynes runs with the support of Nick Skehan, Milltown.

A TUAM man has his sights set on representing his country at the next Olympics, despite the fact he is legally blind.

Leo Hynes, 46, will compete in his third triathlon this weekend in Belfast which he is hoping takes him one step closer to making the Irish Paralympic team for the Tokyo Games in 2020.

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