By Tom Gillespie @TomGillespie1

A PRIMORDIAL dwarf just 39ins tall doesn't her let condition stop her from singing and dancing, an armless pilot defies all odds by flying a plane using her feet, and a legless skateboarder had her sights on paralympic glory - these are just some of the amazing people who feature on Barcroft TV's 2015 round-up of inspirational stories

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Editor: Kyle Waters

Armless pilot Jessica completed 80 hours of flying to become a certified pilot

In Peachtree City, Georgia, Ashley Kurpiel suffers from a rare condition that is turning her muscle into bone.

The incurable condition Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva affects about 800 people worldwide.

Jonathan Pitre spends his days in agony because of a rare condition that causes his skin to fall off on contact

In Missouri 25-year-old plus-sized pole dancer Eda Marbury is beating obesity one spin at a time.

While in Australia teenager Christie Swadling shared her inspirational story, as she overcame anorexia after her harrowing near death experience.

Inspirational Kanya Sesser was born without legs but has used her hands as feet to become a successful athlete and skateboarder

In Russell, Canada, ‘Butterfly Boy’ Jonathan Pitre’s skin is so delicate it falls away at the slightest knock.

Fourteen-year-old Jonathan lives in constant pain as 90% of his skin blisters and peels from his body - making it look as if he has third degree burns.

Barcroft TV passed 1.7million subscribers in 2015 and reached 1.5billion total views.