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Adaptive skier Vasu Sojitra lost his right leg when he was nine months old to a blood infection, but that hasn’t stopped him from fearlessly venturing into the backcountry to summit peaks completely unassisted.

“I do what I love, and I’m going to keep doing it no matter what,”

Get some inspiration from the man Vasu himself, that dude rips!!!!

 

More infos and a whole interview  Vasu Sojitra can be found on nationalgeographic.com

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adaptive skiing, one leg, Powder

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