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Sue Austin flies underwater in her wheelchair

8 Oct 2012

In the world’s first self-propelled underwater wheelchair, Sue Austin performs contemporary dance that is graceful and utterly beautiful.

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Imagine the exhilaration of being safely in your wheelchair underwater and not have to struggle to keep your limbs under control. To just sit comfortably and enjoy the underwater life. To glide around, and take it all in.

For Sue, to use the underwater world to dance in is amazing!

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