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In 2008, Brad Walker was already the U.S. record holder in pole vaulting and within inches of the world record. While competing in the Olympic Beijing Games, Brad’s pole snapped and he fell onto the hard track from 20 feet in the air. He had torn a disc in his spine.
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In 2014, The Hollywood Reporter set out to identify the most elite doctors in all of Los Angeles. To determine who made the cut, they partnered with the physician-led research team of Castle Connolly, the U.S.’ preeminent medical-database authority, to identify the highest-rated practitioners in their specialties, all of whom are nominated by their peers...
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Trials cyclist Danny MacAskill was on the brink of taking his already amazing career to new heights when he was given an unenviable choice. Danny was about to begin work on a new Red Bull film, Imaginate, but his back was in constant pain and his knee was at 50% strength. After being sent to...
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Sometimes you don’t know what you’ve got ‘til it’s gone. Cielestia Calbay was a contributing author to Competitor Magazine when she was sidelined from running with her first serious sports injuries. The inability to run was devastating but what made it worse was being unable to identify what was wrong and how to fix it....
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