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Tanya Allsted

Exhausted after five years of dealing with debilitating pain and gaining no relief after multiple surgeries, Tanya made the decision to have her left leg amputated below the knee. Since that time she has run in the Montana woman’s run … Continued


Sam Kavanagh

After surviving an avalanche, Sam Kavanagh had to choose to have his leg amputated. He now is dedicated to his pursuit of cycling glory. He won a Bronze medal in the 2012 London Paralympics.


Koni Dole

Koni suffered a devastating leg injury in the last football game of his junior year of High School. Given the choice of living without sports but keeping his leg, or having an amputation and maybe playing football again he chose to have his leg amputated. Nine months later, he played in the first game of his senior season and recorded 2 touchdowns and a quarterback sack. He is now on the Montana State University Football team as a redshirt freshman.


Karsyn Hornby

Karsyn Hornby is what some might call a health nut. A certified personal trainer and exercise instructor, she recently graduated from Montana State University in Billings with a BA in health and human performance. After losing her right leg, above-the-knee, … Continued