Ronan Tynan is an Irish tenor, recording artist, physician and champion disabled athlete who knows firsthand about overcoming obstacles and living life to the fullest. He was born with a lower limb disability and had both of his legs amputated at age 20. Within a year, he was competing in the Paralympic Games, winning 18 gold medals and setting 14 world records, nine of which are still in place today. He became a physician specializing in orthopedic sports injuries, then studied voice and became a sensation, joining the Irish Tenors in 1998 and going solo in 2004. His latest CD, Sing Me an Irish Song, is a collection of Irish favorites.
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