James Catchpole had his right leg removed following his birth after getting cavernous hemangioma, a cluster of abnormal blood vessels. But he refused to give any excuses to fulfill his dreams. Today he has mastered the art of playing football with crutches on the field. The 31-year old who set up Oxford’s amputee football team has now set his sights on World Cup glory. He hopes that the amputee football would be added to the Paralympics soon.
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