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Simon Kindleysides becomes first paralysed man to complete London Marathon after 26-hour race

Simon Kindleysides becomes the first paralysed man to complete the London Marathon after a 26.5-hour race. Kindleysides, from Norfolk in England, walked the 26.2-mile marathon course using a "Rex" exoskeleton suit. Kindleysides was diagnosed with functional neurological disorder and a glioma brain tumour in 2013. This left him paralysed from the waist down, according to UK media. "I've proven a point: anything is possible," he said in emotional scenes surrounded by friends and family after completing the race. DOWNLOAD VIDEO OF KINDLEYSIDES TAKING HIS FIRST STEPS IN HIS ROBOTIC SUIT IN 2015 HERE:
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