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Champion bodybuilding couple with cerebral palsy

***EXCLUSIVE*** VIDEO AVAILABLE, HOUSTON, TEXAS, USA: Despite living with severe forms of cerebral palsy, a husband and wife duo are taking the bodybuilding world by storm. Wade McCrae Washington and BJ Glaze - both now 47 - were diagnosed with the disorder at birth, but they have never stopped dreaming big. The married couple also live with scoliosis, a rare spinal disease, which adds to their difficulty to perform everyday tasks. It was more than 20 years ago since Wade and BJ met at college in Houston, Texas, where they now live together - and they haven’t looked back since. Quitting has never been an option in their world and that’s largely down to their expert trainer, Tina Chandler, and motivator, Carl Ducena, two people that have played a pivotal role in their lives. Since his first training session with Tina, Wade has gone on to become a World Champion in the Adaptive Bodybuilding Division - an extraordinary achievement. Wade and BJ now help Tina and Carl with their „Normal To Be Fit” campaign, where they help to inspire others to get fit despite living with a disability.

Family sell everything they own to start new life travelling world in caravan

***EXCLUSIVE*** Meet the family-of-four who took their children out of public school, sold all their worldly possessions and bought A CARAVAN to travel the world in – and despite money being a problem and their kids missing their friends they have no intention of ever stopping. Book seller, Joanna Rogers (34) and her electrician husband, Oliver (37) from Moriac, Australia, have always believed travel is an important part of family life and for their two children Jameson (9), and Evelyn (7). Between 2014 and 2018 the family went to Alaska, Canada, New Zealand, Vanuatu, Switzerland, Italy, Germany, Austria, Hong Kong and Australia. Joanna and Oliver decided in 2017 that leaving their children at school for six hours a day, five days a week was far too long and they no longer wanted to live within societies guidelines and decided to travel together. The family sold their home they had owned since January 2009. Oliver sold his business as an electrician, they bought a 4WD and a caravan and in January 2018 they set off on an amazing journey around the world. Since then they have travelled along the East coast of Australia and since March, they’ve been road-tripping across America and Canada.


High schooler, 17, is obsessed with 'jumping like a HORSE' after getting 'addicted' to watching Animal Planet

***EXCLUSIVE*** Meet the girl who has learned to JUMP LIKE A HORSE after watching ANIMAL PLANET – and has even impressed her TEACHERS by horse-jumping OVER DESKS. Incredible pictures show doggy day care worker, Hanna Kouba (17) from Minnesota, USA, jumping like a horse over laundry baskets, pillows and riding her pet horse and inspiration, Sassy. Her skills are shown in pictures of her jumping on all fours in the style of a horse over two stacked laundry baskets with two pillows on top. Hanna was just 13 years old when she first became fascinated with the show Animal Planet. She began impersonating the animals on the show including cheetahs, leopards and horses.

Excruciating tissue disorder drove me to attempt suicide twice: Mother-of-one, 25, describes battling through disability and depression to have the marriage and child she never thought were possible

***EXCLUSIVE*** This woman was so depressed about her rare disability that she attempted suicide TWICE but has since come to accept her condition with the help of her loving husband who bathes her, carries her and takes her to appointments – and although she was told that everyone with her disorder SHOULD BE STERILISED by her anaesthetist she is now the proud parent of a little boy with the same condition. Doula, Amy Miller (25), from Ontario, Canada, was just two years old when she was diagnosed with Marfan syndrome, a disorder of the body’s connective tissues, a group of tissues that maintain the structure of the body and support internal organs and other tissues. She was in and out of the hospital so much that she assumed it was a common thing growing up, however, when she was 10, she realised that she was different from her peers and she started to get bullied for her look. The common symptoms of Marfan syndrome are being unusually tall with particularly long and slim limbs, fingers and toes with heart defects and lens dislocation. The bullying became so severe that she fell into depression and attempted suicide twice during her late teen years and felt progressively insecure about her body. She felt isolated by her peers until one day she discovered a foundation that helped people who had the same condition, where she made connections. In 2014, she began chatting to her now-husband, Alex (25), on a dating website and despite living two hours apart, they embarked on a long-distance relationship for the following four years. From the beginning, Alex began researching her condition so that he could understand it better. Just three months into dating, they moved in together and he has been her full-time caregiver; bathing her, carrying her from place to place and helping her with her medication. The two now have a son together, who also has Marfan syndrome, and during a minor gallbladder removal surgery irrelevant to her condition, Amy’s anaesthetist told her that people with Marfan syndrome should be ‘sterilised’ which upset her but has since proved her wrong by raising her family with love.

Women have recreated their High Street by knitting it out of wool

***EXCLUSIVE*** A group of seven knitting nanas have recreated their town's high street down to the tiniest detail. The 'Yarn Bombers' spent the last two years furiously threading the quiet high street, complete with individual hanging baskets and residents walking around. The group, whose oldest member is 93-years-old, built the most iconic buildings on the high street.

A great granny celebrated her 90th birthday by tumbling more than 10,000 feet to the earth in her first ever SKYDIVE, with her 95-year-old friend

***EXCLUSIVE*** Etta Hellyer wanted to mark her ninth decade with „something special” so her friend Henry Martens, 95, suggested they take part in a charity skydive together. Etta, a retired psychiatric nurse, said her family thought she had „gone crazy” when she suggested taking part in the dive, which would see her tumble to the earth at 125mph. But the courageous nonagenarian was determined to boost her adrenaline and raise funds for Tabor Village, a senior living home which once cared for her mother Anna. Etta even managed make the dive a family affair, coaxing four generations of her own family into the nail-biting challenge including her son Darryl Dueck, 60, and his wife Sandra Irving, 60, as well as her grandchildren and great grandchildren.

A limousine regularly used by the Queen Mother is expected to fetch thousands of pounds at auction

***EXCLUSIVE*** The 1947 Daimler DE27 Hooper Limousine, which is "in need of some TLC", is estimated to sell for between £8,000 and £10,000 when it goes under the hammer next month. The car was used by the Queen Mother on a number of occasions when she visited Scotland in the 1950s, a spokesman for H&H Classics auction house based in Warrington, Cheshire, said. The car will go on sale online at 1pm on July 3. The rare car is anticipated to be a sought after collectors' item because of its links to royalty. Auctioneers have described this as a chance for a new owner to acquire a "fascinating classic which is part of Britain's automotive and royal history". Roger Nowell, from H&H Classics, said: "We understand that the Queen Mother used the car repeatedly on visits to Scotland during the 1950s.

The wrecks of four WWI German battleships scuttled on the Orkney seabed - dreadnoughts Kronprinz Wilhelm, Konig, Markgraf and the cruiser Karlsruhe - have been put up for sale on eBay

***EXCLUSIVE*** The wrecks of four First World War battleships that have been lying on the seabed in Orkney for a century have been put up for sale on eBay. Dreadnoughts Kronprinz Wilhelm, Konig and Markgraf and the cruiser Karlsruhe were part of the German High Seas Fleet, which was famously scuttled at Scapa Flow while interned there as the Treaty of Versailles was being finalised. The scuttling was carried out on June 21, 1919 on the orders of Admiral Ludwig von Reuter to prevent allied forces seizing the ships after Germany's defeat in the conflict. British guard boats were able to beach a number of the ships, but 52 of the 74 interned vessels sank.