Written by Jessica Bliss | The Tennessean
9:15 AM, Jun. 13, 2011
For a kid like Cayden, with cerebral palsy, a lot of activities are unthinkable. But for a kid like Conner, the only thing that's unthinkable is leaving his brother behind.
Applause swells through the aquatic center as Conner Green swims. Splashing with determination, he reaches mid-lap in his very
first triathlon as the crowd of spectators urges him forward.
The 7-year-old stares ahead, peering through the lenses of his blue-rimmed goggles, and kicks hard. One hand gra...
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