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This summer's Summer Olympics came and went, but as always, they left us with memories of some outstanding performances and awe-inspiring stories. A great example is 24-year-old Rafaela Silva, who won Brazil's first gold medal in the Rio Games. Silva's story made headlines not only because she defeated Mongolia's Dorjsürengiin Sumiya in the 57 kg division in women's judo, but also because her story is one of overcoming great odds.
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