Athlete Follow Up:
Manasi Joshi
(India): Looking Ahead to Paris

Manasi Joshi is India’s current Para-badminton World Champion and BBC India’s Sportswoman of the year. One day on her way to work, a truck ran into Manasi; hours dragged on before she received treatment, and her leg eventually needed to be amputated.

In this episode, Manasi talks about losing her leg, how badminton was a crucial part of her rehabilitation process and her passion for disability rights. Her sister, Nupur shares her take on her sister.

Experts interviewed include Sharon Springer, Ariella Barker, and Candace Cable.

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