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Describing the event, Robinson explained, "I still cant believe it...I didnt think it was possible and I dont think it is possible now...I feel like I am going to wake up and it is a dream".
Indeed, Robinsons dream began 4 years ago when, aged just 11, she watched four-time gold medalist Ellie Simmonds compete at the 2012 London Paralympics. An incredibly gifted athlete, Simmonds dominated headlines in London and served to inspire a whole generation of swimmers to take to the pool. Robinson, who suffers from the same condition as Simmonds achondroplasia, a common cause of dwarfism, was one such swimmer and on Friday night, her dream was transformed into reality.
Nevertheless, Robinsons rise to stardom is not all plain sailing, and is only made possible by a tremendous dedication and work ethic. Alongside training five days a week, Robinson is currently studying for her GCSEs at Northampton High School to create a work-life balance that would leave most teenagers groaning at the very thought of 5am pool sessions. Robinson however, has taken this all in her stride and is now reaping the rewards of her athleticism.
A true story that underlines the phrase "Hard work always pays off".