We track four people on their journey.
We speak to Israeli Deputy FM Tzipi Hotovely
20 Aug 2014 12:33 GMT | Sport, Cricket
Commentating a game of cricket is not something that most of us can manage.
Doing it without the use of your sight seems near impossible.
But here we meet a man who has built a career upon it.
Dean du Plessis is the world's first - and only - visually impaired cricket commentator.
Based in Zimbabwe, he uses sounds generated by the bowlers' drag and batsmen's bat to comment on proceedings.
Source: Al Jazeera
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