A dressage rider with a promising career ahead of him is suing for damages after his legs were badly damaged in a car crash, reports the Telegraph.
Sonnar Murray-Brown had hoped to be part of the British Olympic dressage team before the car in which he was a passenger was involved in a car crash in 2009.
He claims the driver, a former friend, lost control of the car while driving too fast, and hit an oncoming vehicle. The resulting crash left the 23-year-old with extensive damage to his legs, effectively ending his chances of competing at the top level.
He is seeking a minimum of £300,000 in compensation from the driver.
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