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Courtney McWaine

Atlanta

Stats: 29 • 144 lb • 5’6 ¾”

Gig: Health and wellness entrepreneur and personal trainer

At age 17, Courtney McWaine was fit and active, running track and lifting weights. She was looking ahead to college when a car accident nearly took her life. “It took all my strength and willpower to regain my ability to walk and use my left arm,” McWaine says. “My journey started the moment I woke up from that crash and continues today. That experience taught me what strength and optimism really are.” McWaine worked hard and regained all her physical abilities. “The only long-term impact is

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