Paralympian stands for first time to dance at wedding

08/22/2013 | BBC

British Paralympic javelin thrower Nathan Stephens, who lost his legs as a child, surprised the guests at his wedding when he stood on prosthetic limbs for the first time and danced with his bride, Charlene. “Him being able to let me go and stand on his own, I couldn’t have been prouder,” Charlene said. Stephens will be throwing the javelin for Great Britain in next year's European championships.

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