I hope this isn't too weird a thought but it is based on an article I was reading in Bella yesterday. The article was about a woman who had had to have all her toes amputated after she'd had meningitis. She had run marathons before but the article said she would never run again. Do the same people who make other artificial legs for runners not have anything similar to compensate for toe-less feet? Would it be too difficult to make? A colleague is intending to run a half marathon next year, and I think he will be getting a special leg fitted for that, so I wondered about the toes! Am I just being prurient?