First underwater wheelchair to debut in London ahead of Paralympics


A British artist will perform swimming pool acrobatics in the world’s first underwater wheelchair this week in London. Sue Austin, a wheelchair-bound artist, invented and helped create the prototype and she’ll be demonstrating what it can do at the London 2012 Festival Wednesday through Saturday. Read for instance Toronto Sun and the BBC


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