Talk:Wikinews interviews Spanish Paralympic track and field athlete Gustavo Nieves Campello

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Laura Hale interviews Gustavo Nieves Campello for Wikinews

Raystorm transcribed this for me. The on the spot translations were done by Spanish athlete Salvador Cano Garcia. My other translators were not available. Raystorm has advised me that... his translations, while well meaning, are not accurate. My one question implies "Do you have a competitive advantage over Australians who travel a longer distance?" which was literally translated as "Are you racing against Australians?" (The answer I know is no, Australia has no strong history of blind track and field, but I digress.) Thus, the answers do not always match the text. This will be true for the three remaining interviews in this series.

I have e-mailed scoop with the competitor list provided to me by the CPE. this source verifies the start date.

I conducted this interview at the Madrid airport earlier today after it was arranged by the CPE. I wrote the article about Gustavo Nieves Campello for English and Simple English Wikipedia. I used this research as the basis for this interview. (Though I kind of blanked at the moment. 27 names and histories floating around my brain.)

Interview in audio format for verification. --LauraHale (talk) 19:43, 15 July 2013 (UTC)Reply[reply]

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