Lareske Brown, a 16-year-old schoolgirl from the UK, whose illness has helped her become a successful weightlifter. Two years ago she was diagnosed with joint hypermobility syndrome. Disease brought her constant pain and was a high risk of dislocation of the joint. But she did not put her hands, and took up weightlifting, which helped her not only to cope with the pain, but also to become the strongest schoolgirl UK.
From childhood Lareske had health problems. Her toes and knees were turned inward, which is a form of clubfoot. Typically, this condition is held in children and does not require further treatment. Also, doctors diagnosed the girl hypermobility, which means a greater range of motion in the joints, than the average person. This disease can cause severe pain in the joints and lead to dislocation.