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Jett's Just Getting On With Life

Jett Wortley won’t let anything stop him from playing football. The 11-year-old was born with a condition called bilateral fibular hemimelia, which meant he had no fibula bones in his legs. His ankles, feet and toes did not develop properly and his feet were amputated when he was 10 months old. But Jett refuses to let that get in the way of him living a normal life, instead using his condition to inspire others.

Jett Wortley Adelaide Photo Shoot
JUNE 21, 2019: ADELAIDE, SA. Aldinga under-12...
By Dean Martin Photography
21 June, 2019
Jett Wortley Adelaide Photo Shoot
JUNE 21, 2019: ADELAIDE, SA. Aldinga under-12...
By Dean Martin Photography
21 June, 2019
Jett Wortley Adelaide Photo Shoot
JUNE 21, 2019: ADELAIDE, SA. Aldinga under-12...
By Dean Martin Photography
21 June, 2019
Jett Wortley Adelaide Photo Shoot
JUNE 21, 2019: ADELAIDE, SA. Aldinga under-12...
By Dean Martin Photography
21 June, 2019
Jett Wortley Adelaide Photo Shoot
JUNE 21, 2019: ADELAIDE, SA. Aldinga under-12...
By Dean Martin Photography
21 June, 2019
Jett Wortley Adelaide Photo Shoot
JUNE 21, 2019: ADELAIDE, SA. Aldinga under-12...
By Dean Martin Photography
21 June, 2019
Jett Wortley Adelaide Photo Shoot
JUNE 21, 2019: ADELAIDE, SA. Aldinga under-12...
By Dean Martin Photography
21 June, 2019
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