Due to a congenital abnormality, Ezra Frech was born with a dramatically curved left leg and only one finger on his left hand. Doctors had to amputate his leg when he was just 11 months old, replacing it with a prosthetic limb. They then attached the big toe from the foot of his amputated leg onto his left hand to serve as a thumb, giving him partial functionality of his hand.

None of that stopped Ezra. He loves to play sports – soccer, football, basketball and track and considers himself an athlete, not disabled. 

Catch Ezra’s spirit in this video below and see Ezra doing what he loves – playing sports and not thinking about how different he is and just being one of the boys. He knows he’s just as capable of doing anything other kids his age can do if he tries hard enough.