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Tuesday, May 01, 2007


Here is my final feature for the 2007 season of the Arizona Daily Wildcat. There's not too much of a side story here, except that I was surprised that somebody with a biomedical engineering degree is now working at Home Depot. That's no slight to Danny. Apparently it's the best fit for some Olympic/Paralympic athletes because Home Depot, being one of the hugest sponsor of USA Olympics, has a program that allows the athletes to take weeks off at a time and still get paid. For the full interesting story read below:
After concluding a set of sprints, Danny Andrews sits down and peels the silicone liner off his left leg. He then pulls off his prosthetic carbon-fiber running leg, wipes the sweat off his residual limb with a small towel and switches to his walking leg. read on...