Mark Webb – No leg? No problem. How British grit and humor saw him through.
Mark Webb was already a well established endurance athlete before his motorcycle accident.
A familiar face in the Goruck and Death Race communities, his relentless energy baffled many. How can so much “go” be contained in just one person? Mark continued to push and drag and carry with relative ease through many events.
Has life changed drastically since the accident? If so, how?
Listen here to the man that won’t lay down.
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