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Sports Illustrated’s Kids of the Year

From Sports Illustrated. “Seven-year-old Cayden is unable to walk or talk on his own, but his nine-year-old brother Conner had an idea that would allow them to participate in sports together. A year and a half ago, they began competing in triathlons together. Conner swims while pulling Cayden in a raft, bikes with his little brother towed behind him in a trailer, and pushes that trailer when they run.”

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2 Responses to "Sports Illustrated’s Kids of the Year"

  1. Lynn says:

    Thanks, Steve.  This makes up for Lance’s story.

  2. JBS says:

    Neat!
     
    This is what love and family is all about.
     

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