Brain Injury Reverted Sportsman to Toddler Inspiring Survival Documentary

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It is always nice when you see ordinary people do spectacular things. And when the media focuses on ordinary people and their stories.

This is one such story. Stefan Hadfeld was an extreme sportsman who always pushed the limits. He was a natural born leader enjoying an adventurous life.

But then, things changed. A catastrophic accident, happening during skiing in 2007, crushed his skull and left him fighting for his life.

The massive brain injury he suffered changed his life forever. Many did not believe he would survive. But despite the odds, he managed to make an almost unbelievable recovery, and found himself again.

This story highlights everything that is possible for people who live with a disability and puts the spotlight on individuals with a unique and admirable attitude to life.

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