This mind-blowing interview dives into the mindset of Cody McCasland, alongside his mother Tina. Cody, a double above-knee amputee, was born with a rare birth defect called Sacral Agenesis. This condition caused his legs to form without tibias or knees. At just 15 months old, Cody had both of legs amputated at the knee. He received his first pair of prosthetic legs at 18 months.
He was asked to be a Spokesperson for the Challenged Athletes Foundation, or CAF. With this role, he attends athletic events, fundraisers and clinics to support other physically challenged athletes. He competes in various athletic events around the USA and Canada, with his ultimate goal of competing in the Tokyo 2020 Paralympics for swimming.
Cody has been allowed the opportunity to meet with several United States military veteran amputees. He spends time with them and shows off his “unlimited” abilities. Cody lives to inspire others to do the best they can.
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