Adversity led me to push myself—and others
After losing my leg and enduring everything that happened afterward, I pushed myself more than ever. Now, I help run charities to help men and women push themselves. It’s more than just that medal at the end of a race, but coming together to help people reach their physical goals.
There is no artificial blood
People survive situations like mine because of the unsung heroes who donate blood. I was given an artificial leg because I lost a limb, but there’s no artificial blood. And you never know where that blood is going but each time you give, you’re making a difference in people’s lives.