Since the 1960s, Willy Cahill has trained over 1,200 judo champions. But it wasn't until 2004, that Cahill co-founded the Blind Judo Foundation. The foundation, the first of it's kind, trains blind and vision impaired not only in sport of judo, but also teaches them self-confidence. Veronica Taylor reports.
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