Advancements in science are forcing the sports world to reconsider what it means to be disabled. Aided by sophisticated prosthetics, amputees are pursuing everything from track and field to rock climbing — and many are competing against able-bodied athletes. Join Kojo for a look at the intersection of prosthetics and competitive sports.


  • Dr. Bob Gailey Associate Professor of Physical Therapy, University of Miami School of Medicine
  • Jere Longman Reporter, The New York Times
  • David Rozelle Deputy Program Manager, Walter Reed Amputee Care Program
  • Paddy Rossbach President and CEO, Amputee Coalition of America

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