Posted July 10, 2017 8:00 am by Comments

By Jennifer Cruz


When @espn asked me to be apart of their #BodyIssue, I was honored. When I found out I made the cover, I actually cried. Initially, I was reluctant to make myself so vulnerable by sharing my story and taking the photos. People tell me I’m strong quite often, but really Im strong because of the people around me. This ones for every man, woman, or child facing some sort of adversity. You control your circumstances, they don’t control you. Find your passion, and let it consume you. If a little one legged lady can climb rocks and chase mountains, I promise you, you can do whatever it is your heart desires. Thank you to everyone involved! #climbing #climbon #leftlegless On a lighter note, if you don’t like butt cracks or tattoos, don’t look!
A post shared by Kirstie Ennis (@kirstie_ennis) on Jun 30, 2017 at 4:48pm PDT

A female Marine Corps veteran who lost a leg as a result of a helicopter crash while serving in Afghanistan recently became the first veteran to appear on the cover of ESPN’s annual Body Issue.
U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Kirstie Ennis, who has endured two amputations, dozens of surgeries, and years of therapy, didn’t exactly


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