BY Claire Hamilton
on Jan 06, 2010
The word 'superwoman' is thrown around way too often, but here's an athlete who completely deserves the description. Amy Palmiero-Winters is a 37-year-old mother of two, coach, mentor, and became a below-the-knee amputee as the result of a motorcycle accident in 1994. Now, she's made history.On January 1st, she became the first female athlete with a prosthetic leg to win the title in a race. And it wasn't any old race either.
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