9-yr-old Helps Disabled Brother Finish Triathlons

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9-yr-old Helps Disabled Brother Finish Triathlons

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9-yr-old Helps Disabled Brother Finish Triathlons

Over the weekend, brothers Cayden and Connor Long joined hundreds of other children as they competed in the first annual New England Kids Triathlon in Cambridge. The boys did not win the event — they didn’t even come close. But that didn’t stop them from winning hearts across the Internet. The Long brothers are not your typical triathletes. Six-year-old Cayden has cerebral palsy and can neither walk nor talk. But thanks to the dedication of his older brother, Connor, the young boy has participated in several triathlons. A touching video and article outlining their journey: { read more }

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