Jeremy Simpkins.

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Jules Morgan

Following a motorcycle accident, Jules Morgan required a left foot amputation.  Currently, he spends a LOT of time at the gym with both therapy and his personal training for the paralympics as well as bodybuilding and CrossFit competitions.

Jules notes that his number one challenge is finding patience to take things one step at a time.

Cole Wooten

10857883_10153014832074369_4264984262820010851_nCole Wooten was born with a rare skin disease that affected his feet and eventually caused the need for amputation of both.  Recovery initially was quick and easy, he says, but because of the skin condition, prosthetics were difficult, but he and his doctors have been working through trying the best possible liners for Cole.

Cole enters the eighth grade this fall and plays tennis, basketball, and track and field.  His number one goal right now is to become a paralympic athlete.  Currently, he holds the national record in his age division for shotput and discus.

“Never use your disabilities as an excuse,” says Cole.  “Keep your head up no matter what life throws at you.”