Mail & Guardian’s feature on Mpumi the accidental record-breaker

One of South Africa’s best athletes is making waves internationally and is targeting a third world record. You’ve probably never heard of him. Mpumelelo Mhlongo lived most of his life unaware that he had a disability. He always knew his club foot was technically a deformity, but at no stage was it ever a hindrance to anything he wanted to do.

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