What's better than breaking a world record? Breaking it three times, on the same day. Not many athletes can boast a performance like Latif's, when he powered his way to a T20 long jump gold at the Paralympic Games Rio 2016. He'd already set a record at the 2015 Asian Para Games in Singapore, but his Rio feat, along with another record-breaking victory at the 2018 Asian Para Games, has cemented his place in para-athletics history.
“I want to inspire people to embrace and overcome challenges, even if they face disadvantages.”