Who Are The IAMMAI Heroes? September 04 2014
I started IAMMAI because I wanted to create a company that inspired people to do what inspires them. Along the way I kept meeting some amazing people. I called them ordinary people who do extraordinary things. I decided I wanted to share their stories, so we began putting their pictures and inspiring stories on our hang tags, so that each time someone bought our clothes they would also get to read about one of these inspiring athletes. Our Heroes have done some amazing things, from climbing the highest mountains in the world to literally running across the country, they are inspiring us to be our very best. Lets meet some...
On December 19, 2005, Noah lost his left arm above the elbow and left leg above the knee in an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) attack in Yusafiah, Iraq. He was quickly transported to Germany to receive medical treatment and was unconscious for five days. Noah woke up late in the evening on Christmas Eve to find out he had lost two of his limbs and also sustained several injuries to his remaining leg and his jaw. Despite his injuries, Noah has participated in the 2012 Marine Corps Marathon, three warrior Dash events, 7 Tough Mudder events, a Barbarian Challenge, 6 Spartan event, completed the Spartan Death Race, ran the Bataan Death March Marathon as well as a member of Operation Enduring Warrior completed the Bataan Death March in the heavy division a year prior to running it, 3 Crossfit competitions put on by Garage Games, plus several 5k and 10k races
Noah is determined to inspire others by his actions, by training like a machine and demonstrating that challenges are meant to be conquered no matter how big they might be.