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The Staines couple helped open up a whole new world to the young orphan."They were strict but they were doing their best to teach me different things, show me different things, like pictures," Campbell-Staines said."They were teaching me words that I hardly ever used."Over time, the Staines couple separately came to the same conclusion — that there was a special connection with Campbell-Staines and that they should adopt him.The legal process to adopt in Jamaica is quick and the couple returned to Australia with their new son travelling on a tourist visa.Watching Alberto Campbell-Staines, you would think he was born to run."I just feel more free when I run," he told the ABC's 7.30 program."I mean, people just look at me and say, 'that kid always runs.I've never seen him walk'."But looks can be deceiving, and his life now is a world away from where it began."Bertie's story is a marvellous story," his coach, Annette Rice, said."It's fantastic that, really, he's come from a young boy who's been malnourished to an athlete representing Australia." Campbell-Staines, 21, was born prematurely in Jamaica and was sent to the state-run orphanage in Kingston when he was just three months old.The other thing I know will stay with me for a long time was when I had the chance to play the cello with the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra. I’ve been to a few great festivals in Sweden and Norway too.
We can't guarantee they won't slam the door in your face once they hear the punchline but hey, you can't have everything!As a child, he suffered malnutrition which led to brain damage.Now he is on track to represent Australia at the World Championships in Doha in October and is a big hope for the 2016 Rio Paralympics.Now, with a chatbot powered by Watson Services, digital experiences can go beyond ordinary transactions and become fun interactions between brands and customers.For instance, Elemental Path used Watson to enable Dino, a chubby toy dinosaur, to converse with its owner.