A catastrophe vanquished

After officially becoming an Israeli symbol, Noam Gershony is right where he needs to be: on vacation, relaxing and having fun with a group of close friends.

Noam Gershony
Photo by: Raz Livnat
It is early morning in Las Vegas. Noam Gershony’s voice on the other end of the phone still sounds a little drowsy.

It has been two weeks since he moved an entire country by winning the gold medal at the Paralympics tennis tournament.

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