Aside from being a member of the US Para 7-A-Side National Soccer Team, Nick was recruited to represent his country at the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics in Track & Field. He competed in 100m, 200m, 400m, and the 4x1 Universal Mixed Relay.
He is classified as a T37 athlete and a 3-time Gold medalist, and 1-time Silver medalist. He won his 1st Gold medal in the Men's 100m and established himself as the first T37 Paralympian to ever break the 11-second mark, and set a new 100m World Record time, and a new American Record of 10.95. He won his 2nd Gold medal in 4x1 Universal mixed relay and the team set a new World Record of 45.52, and a new American Record. He won a Silver medal in the Men's 400m, breaking the previous World Record time, and setting a new American Record of 50.26. He won his 3rd Gold medal in the Men's 200m and again, established himself as the first T37 Paralympian in history to break the 22-second mark, and set a new 200m World Record time, and a new American Record of 10.95. On to the Koba World Championships in 2022.
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