|Track and field (T44)|
|Representing United States|
|2000 Sydney||100 m - T44|
|2000 Sydney||200 m - T44|
Shea Cowart is an American sprinter. At age six she contracted meningococcemia, which resulted in both of her legs being amputated below the knee. At the 2000 Summer Paralympics, she won a gold medal and broke the world record in the women's T44 class 100 m race, and won another gold in the T44 200 m event.
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