LockerRoom: Wheel Blacks star's courageous comeback

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Maia Marshall-Amai was the lone woman in the New Zealand Wheel Blacks. She was hailed as the world's best female player in wheelchair rugby. A severe infection in her pelvis then led to a hemipelvectomy - complex surgery to remove half of herpelvis and all of her right leg. She's been training every day, sometimes twice a day, to reclaim her fitness.
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LockerRoom: Wheel Blacks star's courageous comeback

LockerRoomBy Suzanne McFadden The lone woman in the Wheel Blacks, Maia Marshall-Amai has returned to the court after major amputation surgery to play at the wheelchair rugby world champs - determined to reach her ultimate goal...

2 months ago·Auckland, New Zealand
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Maia's courageous comeback to Wheel Blacks

The lone woman in the Wheel Blacks, Maia Marshall-Amai has returned to the court after major amputation surgery to play at the wheelchair rugby world champs - determined to reach her ultimate goal of the Paris Paralympics.

2 months ago
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