David Brown (left), the fastest blind sprinter in the world, runs with his hand tethered by elastic to a guide, as seen in this photo from Brazil last September. The Kansas City native will be running Sunday in the 4-mile Trolley Run, a race benefiting the Children’s Center for the Visually Impaired, which he attended as a child.
David Brown (left), the fastest blind sprinter in the world, runs with his hand tethered by elastic to a guide, as seen in this photo from Brazil last September. The Kansas City native will be running Sunday in the 4-mile Trolley Run, a race benefiting the Children’s Center for the Visually Impaired, which he attended as a child. File photo by Felipe Dana The Associated Press
David Brown (left), the fastest blind sprinter in the world, runs with his hand tethered by elastic to a guide, as seen in this photo from Brazil last September. The Kansas City native will be running Sunday in the 4-mile Trolley Run, a race benefiting the Children’s Center for the Visually Impaired, which he attended as a child. File photo by Felipe Dana The Associated Press

Blind sprinter, a world champion and KC native, brings message of hope to Trolley Run

April 22, 2016 09:18 AM