Little Ellie & the Olympian: The Kindest Race Ever

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August 10, 2012

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Little Ellie & the Olympian: The Kindest Race Ever

Don’t be put off by people who know what is not possible. Do what needs to be done, and check to see if it was impossible only after you are done.

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Little Ellie & the Olympian: The Kindest Race Ever

He’s a world record holding sprinter from South Africa who is known as “The Fastest Man on No Legs.” She’s a spunky little girl from Essex, England. In an inspiring series of images that have recently gone viral, the two strangers, united only by a stubborn refusal to let double amputations stop them, race each other in a friendly bionic foot race. The following article shares more about Olympian Oscar “Blade Runner” Pistorious and young Ellie May Challis whose joyful courage has touched people worldwide. { read more }

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