Bomet Governor Hillary Barchok has promised to ensure talented athletes from the country who are living with disabilities are uplifted. Speaking during the inaugural Paralympics and Deaflympics Sports Day at the weekend, Barchok said his administration will scout and nurture raw talent in the special category so that they can compete for honours both nationally and internationally. \u201cThis year\u2019s theme \u2018Gifted Differently through Sports\u2019 is a true reflection of the disability is not inability mantra. For a long time, able-bodied athletes have been given a chance while the disabled are ignored and it is my hope that this day sets a new dawn for them,\u201d said Barchok, while promising to have the event annually. \u201cGoing forward, this sporting event will be anchored in the county\u2019s yearly calendar where we will run to embrace disability and expose talents in sports,\u201d he added. Barhock said paralympians not only change lives but also the world since sports has the capacity to promote unity.