A young disabled man stole the limelight at a recent basketball match in western Greece when he took to the court to perform a thrilling dance routine from his wheelchair.
Thirty-year-old Andreas Stratoudakis, who has been confined to a wheelchair since he was a small boy, won the warm applause of fans at Patras at half time.
With the guidance of an instructor, Andreas delivered a polished routine and at one point got out of his wheelchair to balance a fellow dancer in midair.
Local site thebest.gr reports that Stratoudakis has suffered from cerebral palsy since he was an infant, undergoing no less than 16 surgeries since then.
However, his health problems have not dampened his determination as his star turn on the basketball court shows.