Originally Posted by Hood_Man
That's the problem.
Also there are a lot of "What if's" surrounding this, whereas my points above stand. He can't injure what he doesn't have (which sounds awful, but I can't think of any other way of saying it right now).
How many athletes with prosthetics have tried to compete with able bodied athletes in professional competitions? A sample size of 1 doesn't prove anything.
Yes, but the other point is that his competitors are relying purely on their bodies to run, he is not.