Antonio Diaz's First and Last Olympic Games
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He discovered karate when he was a little boy, imitating his father's movements as he trained. That preparation helped him grow up to become a master and a champion. Just as he was about to retire, he decided to chase the Olympic dream. Stephen Gibbs introduces us to an exceptional Venezuelan athlete.
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