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Originally written on Midwest Sports Fans  |  Last updated 11/19/14

I’m not sure what you’re going as for Halloween, but I’m pretty sure that your costume isn’t nearly as good as Josh Sundquist’s. Sundquist, a former Paralympic skier who lost his left leg to cancer as a child, is dressing up as the leg lamp from the 1983 classic A Christmas Story: From JoshSundquist.com   Sundquist, who competed in the 2006 Winter Paralympics in Turin and currently makes his living as an author and motivational speaker, has a knack for clever Halloween costumes. Two years ago he went as a gingerbread man who’d had a leg bitten off: From Sundquist’s Facebook page The post One-legged Paralympian Josh Sundquist Has The Best Halloween Costume of 2012…Bar None appeared first on Midwest Sports Fans.

7 Comments:
  • awesome attitude...
  • Love it! Not everyone can pull that off.
  • That is a guy who has faced major trouble in his life, lived thru it and came out with a great sense of humor and a love for life! Congrats Josh and God Bless YOU!
  • My mom is about to lose her leg to cancer. She is scared and wants to give up and die. I wish she had your spirit and attitude.
  • to clever
  • Yes!!! THAT is a man!
  • This guy has a great perspective on life. Take it as it comes, deal with it, and laugh at yourself. Would love to meet this guy.
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