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Second Shot Sitdown – Amy Purdy

DALLAS (KDAF) — She’s been called a “hero” by Oprah and dazzled the country on Dancing with the Stars. Amy Purdy is partially bionic and 100% inspirational. Her story picks up where it almost ended, a near-fatal infection that just so happened to change her life for the better.
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Paralympic Snowboarding Medalist Amy Purdy Looks Back on 2022 Winter Games

Amy Purdy, the three-time Paralympic medalist and first double-leg amputee competitive snowboarder, made her debut as a commentator at this year's games, and she joined Cheddar News to recap the event. "I like to challenge myself because I was challenging myself as a Paralympic athlete myself," she said. "But then to be able to be a commentator and be able to, you know, support the game, support the athletes in a completely different way, it was a lot of fun."
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National women’s history month with para-snowboarder Amy Purdy

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) - To help mark National Women’s History Month, top-ranked U.S. and three-time world cup para-snowboarder Amy Purdy has certainly left her mark as the only double-leg amputee who competes at the elite world-class level winning silver and bronze medals in the 2014 Sochi and 2018 Pyeongchang Paralympics as an expert snowboarder.
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Snowboard paralympic medalist Amy Purdy on her approach to overcoming challenges

PENNSYLVANIA, USA — March is Women's History Month, and what better way to mark it than to hear from women of all avenues about their accomplishments?. Amy Purdy has earned her mark in history as the only double-leg amputee competitive snowboarder and has reached the pinnacle in adaptive snowboarding. She is also a silver and bronze medalist, three-time World Cup para-snowboard champion, and most recently, served as a correspondent for the 2022 Beijing Paralympic Games, according to a press release.

Paralympian skier Amy Purdy inspires during Women's History Month

ARIZONA, USA — As we celebrate Women's History Month, a Paralympic trailblazer is making history of her own. Amy Purdy is the only double-leg amputee to compete at the elite world-class level. She started her career at 30 years old. Now, at 42 years old, she recently retired. At...