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Beth Hudson

Beth Hudson

64 or More Close your eyes and imagine a one-gallon milk jug. Then imagine eight of those lined up in a row. That’s 64 pints, or 66 ¾ pounds of liquid. In my case, the liquid was blood. Even nurses register a bit of shock when I tell them that’s how much blood I needed […]

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Donny Kashh

Donny Kashh

My name is Donny kashh and I am an above knee amputee! I became an amputee on October 19 2019! Unlike most amputees I woke up from 5 day comma to find out my leg had been amputated. I voice came into my head and told me you have two choices be sad and hate […]

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Abri

Abri

Abri was diagnosed with bone cancer in her left leg at age 7 and put in a wheelchair. She went through a year of chemo treatment and had a limb salvage surgery that failed and left her still unable to walk. At age 9 Abri fought to amputate her leg so she could get back […]

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Alyssa

Alyssa

“I’ve been loving the liner wand & it’s made my life so much more convenient. As a dressage rider, I’m constantly out in the dirt, sweating & hanging with my horse, Raleigh. Keeping my liner disinfected is very important to me! I always wash my liner when I shower, but using the liner wand as […]

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Robert Anthony

Robert Anthony

Robert is a right leg below knee amputee, he was amputated at 10 months old due to Fibular Hemimelia. Growing up wasn’t easy for Robert as he was a victim of a house fire, abuse and other obstacles he was faced with other than his handicap. Robert turned those negatives into a positive and is […]

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Jo Beckwith (Footless Jo)

Jo Beckwith (Footless Jo)

Jo Beckwith is an amputee, public speaker, and social media creator. After losing her right leg below the knee, Jo began sharing her journey of mental and physical recovery and speaking about life in the aftermath of amputation. She passionately believes in the resilient capacity of our human spirits and works to make an impact […]

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David Hiler

David Hiler

David Hiler, of Brattleboro, VT, lost his left leg above the knee in January 2020 due to a malignant sarcoma isolated to his knee. When given the option to try and save his leg or amputate, he chose amputation so he could continue to live an active and athletic life. An avid marathon runner and […]

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Stephanie Vasquez

Stephanie Vasquez

Stephanie Vásquez was 20 years old when she was involved in a hit and run collision in South Central LA (March 22nd, 2019). She had multiple injuries - the worst being her right leg which had a 95% chance of amputation right on the spot.

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Doug Falcon

Doug Falcon

Doug Falcon is an above the knee amputee who lives in Mississippi. At eight years of age, when he was getting off a school bus, he was run over by a dump truck. He spent 10 months in the hospital but an infection set in and they had to amputate his leg below the knee. 6 months after, he learned to walk and run again and started to play tee-ball.

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Rob Jones

Rob Jones

Rob grew up on a farm in the small town of Lovettsville, Virginia. He graduated from Loudoun Valley High School in 2003, and from Virginia Tech in 2007.  In his junior year at Virginia Tech, Rob joined the Marine Corps Reserve as a combat engineer at Bravo Company, 4th Combat Engineer Battalion in Roanoke, VA, […]

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Melissa DeChellis

Melissa DeChellis

Melissa DeChellis is the founder and director of a non-profit, adaptive CrossFitter & Coach, personal trainer, avid yogi, life adventurer, dog mom, and she does it all on 1 leg.

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Lacey J. Henderson

Lacey J. Henderson

From a promising young athlete to a girl battling the rarest form of cancer to an Olympic Games participant, Lacey Henderson's story is one of hardship, inspiring perseverance, and overcoming adversity.

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