At the age of nine, Josh Sundquist was diagnosed with a rare form of bone cancer, and given a fifty per cent chance to live.
He spent a year on chemotherapy and his leg was amputated.
By the age of 13 he was cured of the disease and he took up ski racing.
In 2006, he represented the United States in the Paralympic Ski Team in Turin and he currently represents the USA as a member of the amputee soccer team.
He also comes up with some pretty amazing Halloween costumes every year.
It started in 2010 with a gingerbread man costume:
Then he went as the leg lamp from A Christmas Story in 2012:
In 2013? A flamingo (presumably not for too long):
In 2014 he was a table football player:
In 2015, he was an IHOP restaurant sign:
In 2016 he went as Lumiére from Beauty and the Beast:
He's also cheekily invited Bernie Sanders to join him:
The below video explains how the costume was made: