"Indian blade runner" receives improved prosthesis

09/2/2013 | Oklahoman (Oklahoma City), The

When the Hanger Clinic in Oklahoma City heard that marathon runner Devender Pal Singh, known as the "Indian blade runner," was having difficulties with his prosthetic leg, it offered to fit him with an improved device. Singh was using a prosthesis meant for sprints, said Hanger Clinic manager and certified prosthetist Chad Simpson, who gave the marathon runner a new prosthesis that would make long-distance running more comfortable for him.

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