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20120512The inside and personal story of the key sporting moments from Olympic history
12/05/20122012051220120513The inside and personal story of the key sporting moments from Olympic history
12/05/20122012051220120514The inside and personal story of the key sporting moments from Olympic history
Natalie du Toit20120505In 2008, the South African swimmer, Natalie du Toit, became the first athlete to qualify to compete at the Paralympic and Olympic Games.

She tells her story to Fred Dove.

Photo: Natalie du Toit at the 2008 Paralympics (AFP/Getty Images)

Note: The audio for this programme will be available online from Monday 7th May.

Natalie du Toit2012050520120506"

How the swimmer became the first athlete to compete at the Paralympic and Olympic games.

In 2008, the South African swimmer, Natalie du Toit, became the first athlete to qualify to compete at the Paralympic and Olympic Games.

She tells her story to Fred Dove.

Photo: Natalie du Toit at the 2008 Paralympics (AFP/Getty Images)

Note: The audio for this programme will be available online from Monday 7th May."

Natalie du Toit2012050520120506How the swimmer became the first athlete to compete at the Paralympic and Olympic games.
Natalie du Toit2012050520120506How the swimmer became the first athlete to compete at the Paralympic and Olympic games.

In 2008, the South African swimmer, Natalie du Toit, became the first athlete to qualify to compete at the Paralympic and Olympic Games.

She tells her story to Fred Dove.

Photo: Natalie du Toit at the 2008 Paralympics (AFP/Getty Images)

Note: The audio for this programme will be available online from Monday 7th May.

Natalie du Toit2012050520120507How the swimmer became the first athlete to compete at the Paralympic and Olympic games.
The Climbing Pioneer Who Conquered El Capitan20171031"Lynn Hill was first to free-climb 'The Nose', 3000 feet of vertical granite wall.

Lynn Hill was the first person to free-climb 'The Nose', the most challenging route up El Capitan, a 3,000ft granite wall in America's Yosemite National Park.

Since her ascent in 1993 only a handful of others have followed in her footsteps. With a career spanning decades, she tells Sporting Witness how in the early days she was told that women wouldn't be able to accomplish the toughest climbs.

(Photo: Free mountain rock climber Lynn Hill clings to the rock face during a climb on 1 June 1983, in Yosemite Valley, California. Credit: Tony Duffy/Allsport/Getty Images)

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The Climbing Pioneer Who Conquered El Capitan20171031Lynn Hill was first to free-climb 'The Nose', 3000 feet of vertical granite wall.

Lynn Hill was the first person to free-climb 'The Nose', the most challenging route up El Capitan, a 3,000ft granite wall in America's Yosemite National Park.

Since her ascent in 1993 only a handful of others have followed in her footsteps. With a career spanning decades, she tells Sporting Witness how in the early days she was told that women wouldn't be able to accomplish the toughest climbs.

(Photo: Free mountain rock climber Lynn Hill clings to the rock face during a climb on 1 June 1983, in Yosemite Valley, California. Credit: Tony Duffy/Allsport/Getty Images)