Al Mead

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UploadedSeptember 2, 2008
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Paralympic Gold Medal winner Al Mead. He lost his leg as a child and thought God would grow it back. His long jump record is close to Bob Beamon's, who, of course, did it with two legs.

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  • Penny

    Penny said (2 Sep 2008):

    Powerful image... Very inspiring...

  • Jack Storey

    Jack Storey (Deleted) gave props (3 Sep 2008):

    great shot, well exposed

  • Alex Vazquez

    Alex Vazquez gave props (5 Sep 2008):

    Powerful!

  • Sara Gomach

    Sara Gomach said (11 Sep 2008):

    A hero also. Great shot.

  • Rogério Freitas

    Rogério Freitas said (14 Sep 2008):

    Powerful image. Great capture.

  • Vicki Koch

    Vicki Koch said (14 Sep 2008):

    great photo, my husband has lost both his legs and they had a hard time fitting him with legs - so with gets around in a chair. Yeah for this man, to work hard and jump so well with what he has!!!

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