Paralympic triathlete makes his own prosthetic attachments
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Paralympian David Hill makes own prosthetic attachments

An athlete has made his own prosthetic attachments to help him in his bid for a medal at the Paralympic Games.

A joiner by trade, the athlete was born without a left forearm.

David Hill, from Exmouth, was just 15 years old when he was selected as the youngest member of the British team in Athens in 2004.

He will be competing in the Paratriathlon in Rio.

  • 26 Aug 2016
  • From the section Devon
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