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Amputee 10k World Record

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Paragon is a documentary that follows Invictus games gold medalist Andy Grant in his attempt to break the 10k amputee world record (37:55).

After completing the Royal Marine Commando training, Andy earned his coveted green beret and served in operation in Iraq and Afghanistan for nearly seven years, before being medically discharged after suffering serious injuries in Afghanistan.

Andy was blown up, five months into his tour to Afghanistan, which resulted in him spending two weeks in an induced coma and eighteen months in and out of hospital before Andy eventually decided to have his leg amputated for a better quality of life and for control of his future.

Continuing to inspire and motivate Andy has set himself the goal of becoming the fastest amputee in the world over 10km and PARAGON aims capture every moment of his journey.

After two months of shooting we have nearly depleted all our finances, so this page was setup to fund shooting and traveling expenses.

Your donation will ensure we have a cameraman with Andy every step of the way to capture his world record journey as it unfolds.

We are greatful for any contribution, great or small and any remaining funds will be donated to another charitable cause, as yet to be decided.

Please visit and like our Facebook page  for more updates on Andy's preparation to break the amputee 10k world record.


Andy Grant

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