She swore she would someday dance again.
Now, nearly one year after losing her left leg during the Boston Marathon bombings, Adrianne Haslet-Davis is back on stage!
The 33-year-old professional dancer performed for the first time since sustaining her injury at Wednesday’s TED Conference in Vancouver.
Speaker Hugh Herr, a bionics designer and amputee himself, had just wrapped up his talk on the advancement being made in prosthetics. To prove just how far his industry had come, he surprised the audience by
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Adrianne Haslet isn't afraid of ANYTHING!
Having her left foot and part of her leg lost in the Boston Bombing was awful, yeah, but why would something like that hold her back??
At 32, Adrianne is a wonderful dancer — notice how we said "is" instead of "was" — and she plans on proving how little of a setback those two terrorist cowards made for her. She didn't lose her life and that's what matters, so she'll be going on Dancing With The Stars to prove how unafraid she really is!
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Adrianne Haslet-Davis is a 32 year old dancer who lost everything five inches below her knee on her left leg because two poor excuses for humans decided to bomb the Boston Marathon last week.
Whatever the reason for the bombing, it obviously didn't work. We might have lost three lives and some lives have changed forever, but they did not break the city, the nation, or their victims. They under-estimated how strong good people can be!
Take Adrianne for instance. She lost her foot and part of her leg, but guess what?
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