Other commenters left overwhelmingly positive feedback, and some wondered where they could buy the minifigures. “Selling these figures can be a good way to raise funds for future support for Paralympic sportsmen and women! Nice one LEGO,” one commenter wrote.
Yip won the gold Sept. 10 in the women’s 100m backstroke - S2, a swimming event for people with a physical impairment. The victory made Yip, who has muscular dystrophy, Singapore’s first medal winner in the Rio 2016 Paralympics.