Leg’s Go: Getting moving again


Luke Huberty is one of those individuals whose life suddenly changed. In 2001, the Belgian entrepreneur had a serious accident: 27 fractures, 400 stitches, and finally the amputation of his right leg. To cope and move forward, Luke turned to sports. A former high-level swimmer, he literally took the plunge and began intensive training in 2004. Two years later, Luke became an elite performer in parasports and participates in both able-bodied and disabled competitions in Belgium and abroad.

In 2012, he learned that the triathlon would be an official Paralympics discipline. Luke began a meticulous and intensive preparation in order to participate in high level competitions. To do this, the athlete had to make several major investments, such as purchasing a prosthesis that allows him to run and material for swimming, cycling and running.

On the eve of his 50th birthday, Luke plans to offer the possibility of running to an amputee of the lower limb. Luke chose to implement a project that will give other people with the same disability
the chance to get up and go. And he has called it ‘Leg’s Go’.

Luke says: “Sports prostheses cost a lot of money! I would like others to be able to rediscover, to pick themselves up again through sport “.

Support Luc Huberty by investing in ‘Leg’s Go’ and help support others who would like to get on the move again.

How to contact Leg’s Go:
Tel: 0477 822 779