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Germany's Wojtek Czyz wins silver in the men's long Jump classification final during the London 2012 Paralympic Games at the Olympic Stadium Aug.

Oscar Pistorius: A double amputee competing not in the paralympics but against able-bodied competitors on the London stage. That's inspiring!

Oscar Pistorius: A double amputee competing not in the paralympics but against able-bodied competitors on the London stage.

Scout Bassett -- Challenge: Abandoned at a Chinese Orphanedge after a liquid fire resulted in the loss of her leg as a baby, Scout endured hardship, abuse and child labor until she was adopted by a Michigan couple at age 8. Perseverance: Graduated UCLA with honors and is highly competitive in running track, marathons, and triathlons. Scout is a 2012 London Paralympic hopeful for track & field…

Scout Bassett -- Challenge: Abandoned at a Chinese Orphanedge after a liquid fire resulted in the loss of her leg as a baby, Scout endured hardship, abuse and child labor until she was adopted by a Michigan couple at age 8. Perseverance: Graduated UCLA with honors and is highly competitive in running track, marathons, and triathlons. Scout is a 2012 London Paralympic hopeful for track & field…

Basketball doesn't know a handicap!

Simon Munn in Paralympics Day 1- Wheelchair Basketball

Alana Nichols. US Paralympic athlete in skiing and wheelchair racing; the first American woman to win Paralympic medals in both the Summer and Winter Paralympics.  See it. Believe it. Do it. Watch thousands of SCI videos at SPINALpedia.com

The first American woman to win Paralympic medals in both the Summer and Winter Paralympics, Alana Nichols is ready for the Sochi Paralympics this February.

>>> See it. Believe it. Do it. Watch thousands of spinal cord injury videos at SPINALpedia.com

'I had to crawl off a train because no one would help me': Paralympic champion Tanni Grey Thompson reveals her treatment as a 'second-class citizen'

Kayla Wheeler was born with three congenital amputations: missing both legs and one arm. Her doctor recommended swimming as a form of physical therapy. And now, at age 16, Wheeler is literally breaking world records.

16-year-old girl, born without legs and one arm, is now a swimming champ

Kayla Wheeler was born with three congenital amputations: missing both legs and one arm. Her doctor recommended swimming as a form of physical therapy. And now, at age Wheeler is literally breaking world records.

Jim Bob Bizzell 2008

Jim Bob Bizzell, US Paralympic Runner

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