Britain’s strongest disabled man has a global ambition

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    A former soldier who had his leg amputated after an Army training accident is aiming to become the world’s strongest disabled man.

    Mark Smith, from Milton Keynes, set a world record in January by pulling two lorries over a distance of 20m (66ft) in under 25 seconds at Brands Hatch in Kent.

    View the original article: http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/disability-sport/43388170

    The 33-year-old will be back at Brands Hatch in April to compete in England’s Strongest Disabled Man competition.

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