More than 50 Utah amputees received a chance to run and walk with prosthetic limbs Saturday at the fourth annual Utah Adaptive Mobility Clinic on the track of Skyline High School.

The event, organized by Hanger Clinic, a prosthetics patient-care provider, let amputees at all levels of ability meet health care professionals and try out prosthetic devices that may make mobility easier.

Matthew Brewer, a bilateral above-knee amputee and athlete who has competed in surfing and triathlon events, appeared at the event. He talked about surviving cancer and drug addiction, and learning to walk again after losing both legs.