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Just one week out from the Tokyo Paralympic Games, see how Paratriathlete Allysa Seely has worked with a team of doctors and specialists behind the scenes to ensure that her running gait is the best it can be to compete. Dr. Amber Donaldson, Senior Director of the Sports Medicine Clinic for the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee, uses special technology to make minor prosthetic adjustments to maximize performance. “Changing the Games” is a 10-part video series produced in collaboration with Lyda Hill Philanthropies.