Dror Cohen was an F-16 fighter pilot and an instructor in the Israeli Air Force flight school. After a car accident paralyzed him in 1992, Dror went on to compete in the Paralympic games in Sydney in 2000, raced in the Paris Dakar Rally in 2002 and won a gold medal with his crew in the 2004 Athens Olympic Games. From F-16 to D-12 is Dror Cohens self-described story. Dror was an F-16 fighter pilot and it was his D-12 vertebrae that would change his life forever. Yet Drors strength lies in his ability to succeed at whatever he puts his mind to. Whether its racing cars in the Paris Dakar Rally or competing in the Olympics, Dror never stopped going after, and achieving, his goals in life.

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Skiing, bungee jumping are just a few of the activities he takes part in this video.