Former Paralympian unveils amazing foosball player costume

Tuesday October 28th, 2014

Josh Sundquist lost his left leg to bone cancer at age 9, but overcame that obstacle to lead an amazing life, first as a Paralympic ski racer, then as an author and motivational speaker. But, most importantly, as the king of Halloween costumes.

Sundquist has previously turned his handicap into an asset with costumes like the leg lamp from A Christmas Story, a Flamingo and a gingerbread man with its leg bitten off.

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This year, Sundquist put together a tremendous foosball player getup, complete with a metal pole mount, as he is seen constructing in the above video.

Brendan Maloy
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