"Later that spring, after learning how to walk on my everyday Prosthetic Leg, I realized pretty quickly that I needed a plan B to get back into sports and the fun activities that I wanted to do."
That plan B turned out to be designing his own prosthetic leg -- one purpose-built to handle the rigors of extreme sports -- and starting a fabrication company, Biodapt, to produce it.
The heir to South Korea's largest company has avoided a lengthy spell in prison after a court suspended his sentence.
Samsung vice chairman Jay Y. Lee was meant to spend five years behind bars after being found guilty of bribing public officials.
Lee was arrested as part of the corruption scandal that brought down South Korean President Park Geun-Hye, herself awaiting trial.
The high-court ruling means that taking what some consider to be a safe step -- pulling over to talk on the phone -- could still result in points and a fine of 135 euros.
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