“I got it! I got it! I got it!”
Her name is Boots, and she has some dench blue slippers.
When Mike Coots was 18, he lost his leg during a shark attack, but survived by punching the animal in the face. One month later, he was back in the ocean surfing.
Last week, the first female amputee, the first Saudi Arabian woman, the first Palestinian, the first Qatari, the first Pakistani women and the first set of twins all reached the summit of the world’s highest mountain.
And probably make you want to donate to a great cause. Get your wallets ready.
This is mind-blowing. The lastest advances in medical technology to assist amputees in getting their lives back are bringing science fiction to reality.
Warning: May cause spontaneous desire to achieve greatness. Corporal Todd Love isn’t going to let something like losing all but one of his limbs slow him down.
These guys have all my respect, and some impressive skills too.
Beautiful and inspiring. Aimee Mullins is some sort of superhero. Born without fibula bones, her legs were amputated below the knee at the age of one. Since then, she’s gone on to be a world famous athlete, graduated from Georgetown University, interned at the Pentagon, got herself listed as one of People’s 50 Most Beautiful People and become an international supermodel.