Paralympic Cyclist Seeks Olympics
Netherlands racer has regained use of legs
Get access to everything we publish when you sign up for Outside+.
A Dutch paralympic cyclist regained the use of her legs after a collision with another cyclist last year and has now signed with professional cycling team Rabobank. Monique van der Vorst, who won two silver medals for the Netherlands in the 2010 Paralympic Games, had been confined to a wheelchair and a hand-pedaled bicycle since she was paralyzed after complications from ankle surgery. Now on two wheels, her goal is to compete in the 2016 Olympics.
Read more at The Daily Mail