Suriname swimmer seeking success in Rio


Athletes from all over the globe are making final preparations for the Olympics. The medal table is usually dominated by the world’s larger nations, but the Games are equally important for smaller countries. Stephen Gibbs traveled to the smallest nation in South America, Suriname, to introduce us to one Olympic hopeful making a big splash.


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