An Aussie champion that was dropped from the Tokyo Games team has found a new way to make his Paralympic dream come true.
Aussie 400m runner Alberto Campbell-Staines will line up at the Paralympics in green and gold — only he won’t be representing Australia.
The 28-year-old athlete has been a champion across many different age groups as he grew up including the T20 400m Australian champion in 2015 and 200m and 400m champion in 2016.
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He also claimed bronze at the 2013 INAS World Championship in 2013 in the 400m and the 4x400m relay.
The T20 classification refers to athletes with an intellectual disability.
Campbell was left with his disability as a child when he was abandoned at birth on the streets of Jamaica.
He was adopted at age nine by Australian couple Paul…