Dai Guohong, who lost both legs, three years ago during an earthquake in Wenchuan in 2008, when he was only eighteen years old, today became one of the best swimmers in China. During an earthquake, he and six of his classmates are trapped under the rubble and there were more than 40 hours, but he survived. Disabled Persons’ Federation, Sichuan Province helped him in his swimming. First float he did not succeed, and he began to sink, leaving the bottom pool. But the young man spent every day for six hours in the pool, and a week later, he was able to swim, raking his hands .. In 2010, he won two gold medals in the 100m breaststroke and 100 meters backstroke at the national championship. Dai is expected to take part in the Paralympic Games in 2012, which will be held in London.

April 25, 2011. – Chengdu, China. – Swimmer with a disability Dai Guohong dives into the pool during training.

In ordinary life, Dai Guohong uses prostheses.

Swimmer with a disability Dai Guohong during training.

Dai Guohong during training.

Dai Guohong in the hands of his father before the workout.

Dai Guohong helps his friend to wear glasses for swimming before training.

Dai Guohong jumps into the pool during training.

Dai Guohong swimming butterfly in training.

Dai Guohong a break during training.

Dai Guohong leaves the pool after a workout.

Dai Guohong trains.

Dai Guohong looks at herself in the mirror.

Dai Guohong with his girlfriend and his father.

Dai Guohong during procedures in a hospital in Sichuan province.

Swimmer with a disability Dai Guohong during training.

Dai Guohong with teammate.

Dai Guohong a break during training.