Resident of the region of Kashmir in Northern India Amir Hassan Loon (Amir Hussain Lone), whose hands were in the car and sawmill were amputated, became a star of the local cricket team for people with disabilities. After the incident, which occurred in 1997, the Indian was in the hospital for about three years, writes The Daily Mail.
26-year-old LON holds the bat between his neck and shoulder, using his feet to control the force and angle of impact. “Cricket is my passion. At first it was really hard. Several years ago I could hardly feed himself,” said the athlete.
The man sold all possessions to pay the bills for treatment and recovery of the Womb. Now he hopes to make money from the sport and play team.
In August 2015 it became known that Australian motorcycle racer Jack Miller (Jack Miller) from the LCR team in the MotoGP class three months played with a broken hand. During the summer holidays, held from 12 July to 9 August, the athlete visited the doctor and complained to him of sore forearms. It turned out that he had broken both of the humerus.