Despite losing his leg in a tragic accident in 2013, a 28-year-old man from Hyderabad didn’t let his physical disability become an obstacle and challenged himself to compete in marathons.
Prassana Kumar has now become an inspiration to others by successfully participating in marathons.
Speaking to ANI, he said: “I lost my leg in 2013 when I was in a tragic accident. There was only an 80% chance of survival. I survived after an amputation. I had my artificial limb. “
Prassana remembered the days after the accident and said it was very difficult, but he didn’t give up. He is a professional wedding photographer and video editor.
Speaking of becoming a marathoner, the 28-year-old said: “My friends and family have been very supportive. My first marathon was 5km. I was cheered by the audience and the participants. overwhelmed that I completed the 5 km marathon in one hour. “
“Later I decided on the 10k marathon. I wanted to challenge myself. I started running on the blade run by the automaker. I finished the 10k marathon in 25 minutes. have practiced a lot. I have become an inspiration to people and the feeling is overwhelming. “
Prassana said the hardest marathon for him was 21 kilometers in Bengaluru.
(With entries from ANI)
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