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Meet Brave Cody McCasland who has built up a collection of more than 20 artificial legs since having his own amputated when he was just a toddler. But, far from being upset about his collection of running, walking and sitting down legs, Cody enjoys showing them off to help inspire others with disabilities. Sports-fan Cody, who dreams of winning a gold medal in the Paralympics for running or swimming, was born without any tibia or knee bones, and had to have the bottom half of his legs amputated as a toddler. He is one of the fastest nine-year-olds around after having artificial running legs fitted like Olympic sprinter Oscar Pistorius. Proud mum Tina McCasland, 38, said: "Cody has different legs for different occasions. He uses his walking legs every day, for going to school, his stubby legs for sitting down and his running legs for sprints."