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Unstoppables: A Black Train Films Documentary Film
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Another unstoppable: Claire Lomas and the London 2012 Marathon

Claire Lomas became the first person to complete the grueling London 2012 Marathon wearing a special robotic suit that allowed her to walk every step of the 26.2mile course.

The tearful 32-year-old crossed the finish line flanked by the Household Cavalry and hundreds of supporters.
Her husband Dan was right behind her and their one-year-old daughter Maisie toddled the last few metres in front of her brave mum.

Former chiropractor Claire inched over the line on The Mall in central London today at 12.50pm and said she felt “fantastic”.

Claire, who was paralysed after a horse riding accident in 2007, was wearing a bionic ReWalk suit and has been managing about two miles a day since starting the London Marathon on April 22.

Her story is that of yet another true Unstoppable.
Reference: The Guardian

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