She lost both legs was the air gymnast
Jennifer Bricker was born without legs, but for 11 years has managed to become the champion of the state and it is a real example of courage and perseverance.
Gymnastics Jennifer took to see Dominic Moseanu performance at the Olympic Games in 1996. Then she decided that would be the same no matter what.
Sharon and Gerald Bricker adopted a Jennifer, when she was only a few months. The girl had big brown eyes and a radiant smile and seemed to be an endless supply of energy. When the doctor suggested a pair of baby wear a special device that looked like a bucket, they refused.
Soon, Jennifer learned to walk and run on the arms and thighs. She fearlessly climb trees, and along with three older brothers often jumped on a trampoline.
The three-year girl put dentures, but she was not used to it until the end - without prostheses it was easier to move around.
The school Jennifer loved to participate in team games. "I know that I do not have legs, but that does not stop me from doing what I wanted," - she said.
At the age of 10 years, Jennifer took part in the Youth Olympic Games, which carries US alliance amateurs. For 11 years she became the champion of the State of Illinois in acrobatic jumps on the track.
Jennifer continued to follow his idol, Dominique. Becoming an adult, Jane braced herself and decided to ask his mother about his real parents. What a surprise it was the girl, when it was revealed that her real name Moseanu. Jenny and Dominique were native sisters separated deep in my childhood!
Dominique Moseanu (left), Christine and Jennifer Bricker Moseanu (right)
Now the sisters live in different states, but try, if possible, to see more often.
Jennifer travels the world with lectures and acts as an aerialist.