Amputee mother at Invictus Games wants to show her children anything is possible

Gold medal-winning amputee mother Lisa Johnston at the Invictus Games said her guilt at feeling like she could not play with her children spurred her on to show them anything is possible. The mother of three boys, who became an amputee in 2016, said she felt “useless” with her children and more like a “spectator” than a parent.

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