Something we all take for granted.
Kate Grey is a former paralympic swimmer who represented Britain for 10 years - during that time she competed at the European Championships, World Championships and the 2008 Beijing Paralympics. She's accomplished all of this after the hardship of losing her left hand at the age of 2, due to an incident with a sausage machine.
The 26 year old has been given a new lease on life with the use of a bionic left hand. Watching her catch a ball with her left hand for the first time will make your day.
‘I’ve never caught a ball in this hand before’ - Paralympian @k8grey trying out her new 3D-printed bionic arm, just moments after putting it on for the first time 👏🏻 #BionicHeroes #bionicarm #amputee #paralympics #paraathletics #paralympicgames #athelte #inspiration #instamoments #instadaily #3dprinting #3dprint #technology #innovation