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This California teen, who survived a stroke, multiple bouts of cancer, and a brain tumor that left him blind, beat his own best time in a self-defense training relay.

Uploader and trainer @milliondollarbeast posted this caption along with the video: “For those of you who don’t know.. This champion is now 18yr. Old, I used to train him from 6-8yr. At 8 he was diagnosed with a brain tumor which required multiple huge surgeries. In the process he suffered a massive stroke which caused him to lose most of his use of the right side of his body. Another surgery resulted in him loosing his eye site… he’s been through multiple bouts of cancer but is now on his longest remission and the doctors say he is now cancer free! If he can have this attitude after all he’s been through … how can you not be happy and realize you can handle anything life throws at you ❤” Credit: Instagram/milliondollarbeast via Storyful

George Zimmerman, a 28-year-old neighbourhood watch volunteer in Florida, has admitted to shooting and killing 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, who was unarmed and walking home from a store. But police never arrested Zimmerman, saying there was no way to prove he hadn’t acted in self defence, as he claimed.

But Martin’s family says Zimmerman’s claim is nonsense. Martin was carrying nothing but a bag of candy, they said, and a friend who was on the phone with Martin at the time said he was frightened by Zimmerman, who was following him.

The case has led to accusations of racial profiling against Zimmerman and now involves federal prosecutors and civil rights groups from across the nation.

Al Jazeera’s Andy Gallagher reports from Miami.