Twenty years ago Rick Hoyt ran a 5k while pushing his disabled son in a wheelchair. After the race his son told him that while racing he did not feel disabled. They have since competed in over a hundred triathlons and marathons together.
It doesnt get more awesome than that.
if that doesn't bring a tear to your eye, i don't know what will.
"Be careful what you wish for, you may just get it"
Great story Karl, good seeing you at the dock during the Open...I told Neil, he said to say hello and he will come say hi next time he's in town.
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I can't imaging having a day so bad that I could not feel good about that story.
makes you happy for what you have....and more happy that there are people like that in the world. That man is a saint.
WHEN THEY MADE THAT COFFEE MUG (WORLDS GREATEST DAD) THEY WERE
THINGING OF HIM
Last edited by Capt. Brian Daley; 08-31-2006 at 05:42 PM.
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VERY TOUCHING TO SEE THAT KIND OF LOVE
He spoke at a client conference that we held. I don't think there was a dry eye in the house after Rick finished his presentation. This guy is the reel deal!
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