Paralympics: ‘My blades helped me learn to fly’

South African Paralympic sprinter Ntando Mahlangu got his first prosthetic blades at the age of 10, after growing up using a wheelchair.

His blades changed his life. At 14, he won a silver medal at the Rio Paralympics in 2016. Now, the 19-year-old has just secured two gold medals at Tokyo.

Video produced by Taurai Maduna and Trystan Young