Lucas Prado

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Lucas Prado
Lucas Prado - 2013 IPC Athletics World Championships.jpg
Personal information
Nationality Brazilian
Born (1985-05-27) May 27, 1985 (age 29)
Sport
Country Brazil
Sport Athletics

Lucas Prado (born in Mato Grosso on May 27, 1985) is a visually impaired Brazilian athlete. He lost 90% of his vision in 2003 due to retinal detachment. He was introduced to track by friend and Paralympian Terezinha Guilhermina.[1]

He won three gold medals in track for Brazil at the 2008 Summer Paralympics, setting a world record,[2][3] and won two silver medals running 100m and 400m during the London 2012 Paralympic Games.[4]

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