Sometimes we want to share a story just because it makes us proud to be part of the triathlon community. Well, this one comes all the way from Alaska… It was about 10 years ago that Wendy Leseman watched a video about a father and son who completed an Ironman Triathlon in mind-boggling fashion. Because cerebral palsy left his son unable to swim, bike and run on his own, the father attached a rope around his body to tow a boat carrying his son, rode on the front seat of a tandem bicycle and pushed his son in a wheelchair. READ MORE Photo: Bill Roth / ADN


No comments yet.

Leave a Comment

Note: HTML is not translated!
* Required Field