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After losing his leg, this former Marine became a fitness superstar & has his sights set on the Paralympics

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A post shared by John Edward Heath ™️ (@carbonfiber_john_)John Edward Heath never gives up.The former Marine lost his leg after getting by a driver under the influence in 2016; and in recent years, has dedicated himself to CrossFit.

A Paralympic hopeful, Heath competes in track and field and snowboarding as well. His mindset fuels him, and his prosthetic leg allows his body to follow suit.

That’s why Heath is fighting to expand mandated insurance coverage in his home state of Maryland, hoping to make high qualify prosthetics available to all.

Subscribe to our newsletter for a refreshing cocktail (or mocktail) of LGBTQ+ entertainment and pop culture, served up with a side of eye-candy.On Monday, Heath commemorated the start of April, which is also Limb Loss Awareness Month. “I’m a high-ranking, professional sprinter.

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