Utah students compete in annual Braille Challenge

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SALT LAKE CITY -- More than 40 students ages 5 to 18 put their skills to the test Friday during an annual competition.

This year marked the 17th annual Braille Challenge, which is a national competition for those with impaired vision.

The competition has four categories: speed and accuracy, proofreading, reading comprehension, and reading charts and graphs.

Fox 13's Hope Woodside spoke with some of the students and educators involved in this year's event, see the video above for her report.