Quadruple amputee sets diving record

French athlete Philippe Croizon became the world's first quadruple amputee to complete a 100 foot (33 metre) dive on January 10. Croizon, who lost his limbs after an electrical accident in 1994, also holds the record as the first quadruple amputee to swim the English Channel.

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