Meet Jack Eyers, “capable of disabled”, who overcame the questions of trust to be crowned by England
The Steam Athletics World Championship has been in full swing for a week at the Olympic Stadium at the East End of London. For people with disabilities, this is a rich source of inspiration – superhumans competing against superhuman, all achieving amazing athletic enthusiasm despite the chances they face. But it can also be a little daunting.
Joining the scene on the right, 28-year-old Jack Eyers, a personal trainer, a modeling model, and the very first amputated lord of England since the last day of the championships.
After being approached by talented scouts looking for participants, Eyers had to wait a month before the interview for this contest. “They were trying to find models that would be more inspiration,” Eyers says from Bournemouth, where he works as a full-time personal coach. “One guy had a liver problem, and nearly 10 years ago he died and he returned to become the youngest director of the primary school in the country at the age of 24. So he was not the only one to tell the story, but the foot definitely helped Out.”