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Dont Try This At Home: Skydiving with Lenny the Lion

By Naomi Kingery

Social Community Manager

Posted:  11/12/2012 4:00 PM

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Like any workplace, here at Medtronic Diabetes, we go through phases of conversations and activities that are often the topic of hallway and cafeteria table conversations. One of the things you might hear around here lately is, “Did you see the video of that guy jumping out of a plane with Lenny the Lion? The one with an insulin pump?”

That guy jumping out of a plane just so happens to be one of our loyal customers named Michael Craig, who you might remember from the blog he wrote about his first 30 days on CGM earlier this year. Many of us here at Medtronic actually had the pleasure of being blown away when he came here recently to share about his adventurous life without limits. He is an adrenaline enthusiast, a professional skydiving instructor, and passionate advocate with diabetes. He filmed this fantastic video himself of a skydiving jump with his insulin pump and Lenny in tow. We are very excited about it and couldn’t help sharing with you, so check it out and share it with the next person who tells you that you can’t do something because of diabetes!

Comments

BettyJ

Posted on Mon Nov 12 19:04:35 GMT 2012

Yeah, Lenny is really great

Jo Anne Aldrich

Posted on Wed Nov 14 13:19:10 GMT 2012

Mike is Great! (handsome too) He has never let anything stop him from living his wonderful life.!

Natasha

Posted on Fri Dec 14 17:43:53 GMT 2012

This was a great article!!! Thanks for letting me know there is a way with the FAA.

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