LDS Runner Finds Healing Through Grief after Paralyzing Fall

by | Jan. 13, 2015

News from Utah

In March 2012, Brittany Fisher, then a student and cross-country runner at Utah State University, fell approximately 50 feet while rappelling and was paralyzed from the waist down. Today, she is a college graduate living in Midvale, Utah, and a cross-country sit skier whose inspiring perspective on life is born not only of her characteristic optimism but also her newfound appreciation for grief.

She has learned that grief is not a sign of weakness but rather an indicator of strength.

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