Born 8 January 1993 and grew up in Christchurch, New Zealand. Sophie Pascoe's life changed age 3 after a lawn mower accident involving her Dad and as a result had her left leg amputated below the knee. She believes it is the best thing that happened to her! An outstanding swimmer she has won 12 Paralympic medals (6 golds) in Beijing and London and two golds at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games 2014. #joyofsport http://www.sophiepascoe.com/
Christian Haettich has one arm and one leg. Over 22 days this summer he cycled across the Dolomites, the Alps and the Pyrenees to become one of only 10 finishers of a gruelling three-week amateur cycling event.
Soccer is a great sport to be modified. Doesn't have to be several players and goal distance can be shortened. Soccer can be for Autism, cerebral palsy, vision/hearing impaired, amputations, down syndrome etc. With limited help from aids.