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Juan Manuel Garcia rides a horse before performing at the Lienzo Charro of Cuautitlán Izcalli in Mexico on July 10, 2016. Garcia had a vascular cerebral accident that put him in a coma for seven months, and left him with muscular weakness on the right side of his body, total loss of mobility in his right leg and three amputated fingers on his right hand. Paracharreria is like Mexico's national sport of charreria, only that it is practiced by incapacitated men and women. NICK WAGNER / ASSOCIATED PRESS

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Juan Manuel Garcia rides a horse before performing at the Lienzo Charro of Cuautitlán Izcalli in Mexico on July 10, 2016. Garcia had a vascular cerebral accident that put him in a coma for seven months, and left him with muscular weakness on the right side of his body, total loss of mobility in his right leg and three amputated fingers on his right hand. Paracharreria is like Mexico's national sport of charreria, only that it is practiced by incapacitated men and women. NICK WAGNER / ASSOCIATED PRESS