Disabled man thrilled to carry Olympic torch during city stop
Doctors gave newborn Steve Parent-Korbie a 5% chance of living more than a day. Now, 36 years later, the Edmonton man with cerebral palsy is gearing up to wheel 300 metres with the Olympic torch.
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Sherwood Park, Canada
#1 Jan 5, 2010
i am jealous, i want to paticipate in a NAZI founded tradition like the torch relay!!!!! except letting a disable person carry the torch would have not hapen in 1936 as Hitler usually condemned the mentally and physically hanidcapped to death or various types of "testing".
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