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'I'm not done:' Max Rohn, Paralympic hopeful, continues quest for Rio games

After sustaining a serious leg injury in Iraq, Max Rohn, a former U.S. Navy hospital corpsman, elected to have his right leg amputated below the knee. Now he competes as a member of the Penn State Ability Athletics track and field team and is vying for a place on the Paralympic squad this summer.
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