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Brother Helps Cerebral Palsy Patient Complete Triathlon

by Sokolove Law Staff | October 12, 2012

Despite being born with cerebral palsy that severely limits his ability to walk and move his arms, 27-year-old Kyle Pease was born with cerebral palsy that limits his ability to walk.

However, at 27-years-old and after years of competing in wheelchair sports, he has now completed two long course triathlon along with the help of his brother, Brent.

Since beginning to compete in races in 2011, Kyle has already completed 20 races, including two triathlons. While training for the triathlon, Kyle asked Brent to assist him

"There wasn't any hesitation; I mean, it was absolutely. Let's figure it out," Brent said, according to WHNT-TV.

"Nobody told me how to do this, nobody wrote a book. But y'know, where do you go and ask for help? So you sort of figure it out on your own,” added Richard, Kyle and Brent's father, when speaking about Kyle's birth injuries.

Kyle and Brent have also started the Kyle Pease Foundation, an organization that helps people with disabilities play sports.

If you or a loved one was born with a birth injury such as cerebral palsy, call Sokolove Law today for a free legal consultation regarding a cerebral palsy lawsuit.