Four London Paralympic gamesmakers have set up a charity to help disabled athletes across the world who can't afford to buy basic kit.
The charity KitUsOut came about after they encountered two amputee runners who did not have running spikes.
The charity is supported by Paralympians Dane Sarah Storey and Ellie Simmonds.
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