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Despite being born with cerebral palsy that severely limits his ability to walk and move his arms, 27-year-old Kyle Pease recently completed his second long course triathlon along with the help of his brother, Brent.
From the very beginning, both Kyle and his family refused to let his disability prevent him from living his dreams. Kyle’s father, Richard, said, "Nobody told me how to do this, nobody wrote a book. But you know, where do you go and ask for help? So you sort of figure it out on your own,” he said. “At least in those days we did."
Kyle, a wheelchair athlete for the earlier part of his life, discovered his passion in 2011: racing. When Kyle first set his sights on a triathlon, he looked to his brother and asked if he wanted to compete with him.
"There wasn't any hesitation; I mean, it was absolutely. Let's figure it out," Brent said, according to WHNT-TV.
Training was not an easy task, but Brent and Kyle were able to work together as a team and adopt their own training a competing style. Brent added, “There are highs and there are lows…I t...
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