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Double Amputee Soldier to Tackle Race from Hell (13 pics)

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  • 6 Aug, 2013  |
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Lance Bombardier James Simpson, 27, is set to be the first double amputee to take part in a Spartan Race event. Spartan Race is an open country run punctuated with a range of punishing, surprise obstacles - from mud crawls and ice-pit plunges to cargo-net climbs and fire-log leaps.

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№1 Author: SheepsInn (6 Aug 2013 03:57) Total user comments: 931


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Here we go again. Another one of these guys trying to prove himself. If he had both of his legs he woulda been home eating cheetos on his couch. Your high spirit definitely makes up for what you lack physically. :12:
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№2 Author: park (6 Aug 2013 11:26) Total user comments: 0


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he's still ginger though
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№3 Author: micliapu (6 Aug 2013 14:39) Total user comments: 2977


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SheepsInn,

you're sooo right dude :04:
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№4 Author: fluorescentG (6 Aug 2013 16:27) Total user comments: 3958


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everyone should be so determined
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№5 Author: ottovp (6 Aug 2013 17:10) Total user comments: 552


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park,
die.
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№6 Author: candysack (6 Aug 2013 20:18) Total user comments: 1436


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I have all the respect for these guys, but why doesnt it work like that when a soldier loses his leg, a general or someone who gives the orders but never actually sees the battlefield gets his leg cut off too etc... you get the idea.

it would put it into perspective to start a war that has nothing to do with freedom and everything with money
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№7 Author: sandycack (6 Aug 2013 22:51) Total user comments: 0


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@candysack Well, I think those guys knew the consequences to work as a soldier. So why blame the generals? Nobodys forced to fight in the army right? Hope hes tackling normal life like this competition...
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