Physically unchallenged

January 2012
Men's Health India;Jan2012, p13
The article features Devender Pal Singh, a war veteran who became a marathoner. In 1999, Singh was revived by a specialist after being declared dead in an army hospital. His right leg was amputated below the knee. In November 2011, Singh finished the Airtel Delhi Half Marathon in 2 hours and 40 minutes. In January 2012, he plans to join the Standard Chartered Mumbai marathon. According to Singh, a positive attitude is the only thing he holds dearest to him.


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