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  • Fresno Famous: Amputee Veronica Pizana trains hard with CrossFit

    After suffering from severe leg pain and other health problems, doctors were forced to amputate Veronica Pizana's right leg below her knee. The young woman soon found a purpose in her disability. She began training in CrossFit and looks to inspire those around her through competition. Video: Craig Kohlruss / The Fresno Bee

Fresno Famous: Amputee Veronica Pizana trains hard with CrossFit

After suffering from severe leg pain and other health problems, doctors were forced to amputate Veronica Pizana's right leg below her knee. The young woman soon found a purpose in her disability. She began training in CrossFit and looks to inspire those around her through competition. Video: Craig Kohlruss / The Fresno Bee
Craig Kohlruss ckohlruss@fresnobee.com