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日本11岁失明女孩完成马拉松长跑

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小编摘要:近日,在夏威夷檀香山举办的马拉松长跑活动中,一位来自日本的11岁失明女孩在母亲的及众人的帮助下,完成人生的第一次马拉松,经历了艰苦的14小时3分12秒。

 导读:这是一个惊人的时刻,当一位11岁的失明女孩经历艰苦的整整14小时,终于跨越终点线,完成了她人生中的第一个马拉松。Wakana Ueda在母亲的声音及周围人群呐喊声的帮助下,在夏威夷檀香山完成了26.2英里长的马拉松。

Huge achievement: Wakana Ueda, of Japan, cried as she crossed the finish line at the Honolulu Marathon

This is the astonishing moment a blind 11-year-old girl crossed the finish line of her first marathon after a gruelling 14 hours, three minutes and 12 seconds.

Wakana Ueda ran the 26.2 mile Honolulu Marathon with the help of her mother’s voice and chanting crowds in Hawaii’s capital.

The youngster, from Toyota City in Japan, faced physical strains as she battled through the race, before passing the finish line which was strung with flower petals.

Her mother told Hawaii News Now through a translator: ‘Before the halfway mark her leg was cramping up and she was thinking about quitting many times.

Crossing the line: The 11-year-old hugged her mother as she crossed the finish, made of flower petals

'But because the team supported her, she was able to finish.’

The race is America’s fifth largest marathon and Wakana was one of 19,000 people to cross the finish line.

There were a total of 22,615 people from around the world who signed up for the 39th Honolulu Marathon though, which faced obstacles before the big day.

Helping her through: Wakana was helped along by her mother after suffering leg cramps in the race

Marathon organisers had to quickly fix a broken water line on the course and luckily heavy rains stopped just before the race kicked off.

Some thought the race would be cancelled due to severe weather the day before and others wore ponchos during the race just in case it started up again.

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2011-12-15 09:29 编辑:Relaxkuma
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