Seven years ago, Lou Gibson of Langley was out for a morning bike ride when he heard a car pulling up behind him.
He could feel something wasn’t right and took a quick backward glance. That is all he had time for. He was hit.
He remained conscious through the blur that followed, lying on the side of the road, the ambulance arriving, the transport to hospital.
In that instant, his life was turned upside down. The para-Nordic skier in the 2010 Paralympic Games spent the next six months between hospital and rehabilitation at G.F. Strong Rehabilitation Centre.
Emerging in a wheelchair, the Barbados-born athlete then spent a number of years as an outpatient. He lost his job as a truck driver. He lost so much…
… continue reading this truly uplifting story at the Vancouver Sun: Langley sit-skier makes great strides since accident