Meet Pardon Ndlovu, An Inspiring Zimbabwean Olympian Who Sold T-shirts To Fund Rio Trip

However, instead of wallowing in self pity, Pardon engineered a way to pay for his trip.

Meet Pardon Ndlovu, An Inspiring Zimbabwean Olympian Who Sold T-shirts To Fund Rio Trip
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