India's Rio Paralympians - Narender Ranbir
Narender Ranbir is a 26-year-old athlete from Haryana. His area of expertise is javelin throwing.
Narender has taken part in many international events and won the silver medal at the 2014 Para Asian Games in Korea.
Narender was initially trained as runner but he changed his sport due to a severe backache.
He is unable to use one of his legs from birth and opted for the javelin.
He has his eyes set on winning a gold for the country.
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