In A Single Bound

In A Single Bound Book CoverTouching, funny, and honest, In A Single Bound is the story of a feisty little girl from Long Island who became one of the world’s most famous disabled sports figures. It is also a gripping memoir of inner strength about a one-legged child who struggled to fit in with her two-legged friends, yet grew into a woman who has dared to fear less and live more. Sarah Reinertsen was born with a congenital defect. At the age of 7, her leg was amputated. Yet, by the age of 13, she broke the 100-meter world record for female above-knee amputees. In 2005, she became the first female leg amputee to finish the Ironman World Championships in Hawaii. A year later, in CBS’s reality TV show, The Amazing Race, she scaled the Great Wall of China. In A Single Bound follows her through all of these adventures and more. Purchase In A Single Bound through your local bookstore, or via Amazon (hardcover, paperback, Kindle), Google, Good Reads, or Barnes and Noble.

In a Single Bound: Losing My Leg, Finding Myself, and Training for Life

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