In My Dreams I Dance (My Story) : Struck down with polio at the age of two and a half, Anne overcame the prejudice rife in her native village in Kenya, where neighbors believed she was cursed and called her a snake because of her disability, which left her paralyzed below the waist. Losing her mother at a tender age and sent to a school far away from home, she achieved fantastic academic results amidst the challenges of a military coup. She went to university and qualified as a teacher, and fell in love with a British man who truly valued her defiant spirit. She moved from a world with no running water to make a life for herself in modern Britain. Where, against all odds, she bore a child, and went on to being the first East African to compete in her sport internationally. Anne is currently in further training, hoping to represent Great Britain at the 2012 Paralympics.
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