Meet Aurora Cairo, girl with 1 leg who became excellent runner at 2

Meet Aurora Cairo, girl with 1 leg who became excellent runner at 2

- An amazing black girl named Aurora Cairo who has one leg defied all odds to become a runner, swimmer and gymnast by age 2

- The young girl who will turn 8 in 2020 suffered from a rare disability called Fibular hemimelia which prevented her right leg from developing fully

- It is indicated that Rory lives in Texas with her mother Kayla Moore and father Javon Cairo

Aurora Cairo, a young black girl who will be eight years old in 2020 became an excellent runner, swimmer, and gymnast at the age of two - a story that inspired many.

According to Dailymail, the young girl was reported to have had a rare disability even before she was birthed into the world.

Legit.ng gathers that Aurora, who is also affectionately called Rory suffered from Fibular hemimelia, a defect from birth that stopped her right leg from growing to its full length.

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Even with her condition, the girl did not have any limitations on herself as she was highly vibrant and engaged in vigorous activities even more than the average child.

Unlike normal kids whose hobbies are just to play with toys and run around every now and then, Rory's main hobbies were gymnastics, swimming, and running.

Reports indicate that the girl even received her first runner’s blade by the time she was only two years of age.

Although not much has been heard of Rory lately, her story was a great sensation on the internet. Many people were inspired when the story of Rory's relentlessness was first shared.

It is indicated that Rory lives in Texas with her mother Kayla Moore and father Javon Cairo.

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In other news, a physically-challenged person, Geoffrey Asadu, has re-established the fact that there is ability in disability by becoming a lawyer with a clean record of not losing any case despite practising for over two decades.

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The 58-year-old lawyer, who spoke with The Sun, said he was six when he suddenly went blind.

Asadu said he had a headache that lasted for about three days before he was rushed to the hospital.

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