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A Ruston man was once told he would never walk again and never be able to perform normal everyday activities. But he is proving his doctors wrong by competing in a power lifting competition. Team...
ISABELA PALMIERI Staff Writer | email@example.com Special Olympics athletes participate in field day at Louisiana Tech. Louisiana Tech cheerleader Savannah Dorking aids in field day activities. Photo by Brian Blakely. On Sept. 28, 2011, Seth Hanchey died twice. After being struck from behind by a van while on a 60-mile
A traumatic brain injury left Seth Hanchey's body paralyzed on one side and eliminated his ability to speak, but one coach has worked side by side to bring Hanchey back to his full potential. "You progress through your training, Seth has had some issues due to his accident where he's had imbalances.
A race full of zombies, runners, and survivors. Like Seth Hanchey, who four years ago suffered a tragic injury during a triathlon. "He was hit from behind by an 81 year old woman in a van, he was thrown 160 plus feet, died at the scene twice, they airlifted him to LSU trauma center and they removed the left side of his skull.
Seth Hanchey continues to recover from a traumatic brain injury. Now he's asking you to run for his foundation.
Seth Hanchey and his mother talk about his traumatic brain injury.