SuitX Phoenix Introduction
Attacks in Brussels: a lesson in courage from Béatrice de Lavalette
I decided that I will take part in the Games when I was in intensive care at the Leuven University Hospital. That was five years ago, now I'm ready.
The terrorist attack took her legs - five years later she is aiming for the Paralympics
Five years after the attacks of March 22, Beatrice De Lavalette is preparing for the Tokyo Olympics
March 22: Béatrice prepares for the Paralympic Olympics
Bea De LaValette endured multiple surgeries and spent 4 months in the ICU after she lost both her legs in the 2016 Brussels airport terrorist attack. An avid rider, it took Bea only 5 months before she was back on the horse. Bea’s now a Paralympic athlete waiting to compete in the 2021 games. Check out the special message Bea gets from fellow Paralympic snowboarder Amy Purdy.
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