Far from being limited by a rare condition at birth that left him with no feet, A.J. Digby's future as a track star appears limitless.
At 10 months old, both feet were amputated. Now at 18, the enthusiastic sprinter will represent his country at the 2016 Paralympic Games.
Digby graduated from Otsego High School in June and the next stop on his exceptional journey will be the Paralympics next month in Rio de Janeiro. He qualified to represent Team USA in the 200 and 400-meter running events in Brazil.
Digby was born with a congenital disorder that left him without fibula bones in both of his calves. As a teenager, he upgraded the prosthetic legs he uses to get around...