Stand-up wheelchair helps amputees golf
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Stand-up wheelchair helps amputees golf

Anthony Netto lost full use of his legs but did not want to miss out on playing golf. He invented the ParaGolfer wheelchair, which helps amputees and paraplegics play sports by increasing their mobility and putting them in a comfortable upright position. (John Kelly/The Washington Post)

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