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Lola’s mother, Beth, says that her daughter has been a gymnast since she was three — climbing across the monkey bars with ease. It wasn’t until she was already enrolled in gymnastics that Beth realized the extent of Lola’s vision problems, and by that point, Lola was already a good gymnast, King5.com reports.

“I don’t know what it would be like to do gymnastics with perfect vision,” Walters told King5.com, “so really, I don’t see a difference.”

Lola’s disability does cause her to fall more than others during a performance, ABC reports.

But that just means she gets back up more often, and tries again.

“She works twice as hard as everybody else,”Jackie Crooker, Lola’s gymnastics coach, told ABC, “and I’ve seen her fall harder than anybody, and she’ll get up and go again, every single time.

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