Martine Wright @ 5x15 - The Power of Seven





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Published on Oct 23, 2017

Martine Wright MBE, 7/7’s most injured survivor, lost both legs in the Circle line bombing during the 2005 terrorist attacks in London, yet she considers herself a lucky woman with a whole new life of opportunities. Martine has since rebuilt her life, skydived, earned her pilot’s license, become a wife, become a mother, become captain of the British Paralympic Sitting volleyball team, charity ambassador, mentor to patients, Patron and an inspirational and motivational speaker. Martine is now busy sharing her journey from despair to determination to succeed through her motivational talks, and has spoken to audiences in excess of 10,000 at Wembley Arena and the O2. She lives in Hertfordshire with her husband Nick, son Oscar and Daisy the dog, and is living testament to how catastrophic life-changes can have positive outcomes.

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