For the Long haul

PARALYMPIC swimming icon Jessica Long is gunning for more glory at the upcoming Paris Games after a traumatic journey from a Siberian orphanage to a phenomenal career in the pool.

Long is one of the faces of American para sports with 29 Paralympic medals since her first Games in 2004 as a 12-year-old, one more than her friend Michael Phelps who is the most decorated Olympian of all time.

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