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Sam Ward inspires a nation in Olympic comeback

Shattered eye socket, facial fractures and staples in his scalp: How Sam Ward fought back from a career-threatening injury.

Just 19 months after almost losing an eye in an horrific accident, Sam Ward completed a remarkable comeback by scoring the opening goal in Great Britain men's opening hockey game in Tokyo....

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