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Three brothers from Atlanta are aiming to make history this May.
They will be doing a triathlon together in Tampa, but with one unique twist: one of the brothers is in a wheelchair, and the other two will be taking him the whole way.
“I think it’s gonna hit in a couple of weeks,” said Kyle Pease, a 25-year-old who was born with cerebral palsy. “It’ll be like, ‘Wow, this is really going to happen.'”
Meet the Peases: Brent, Evan and Kyle. In May, they’ll be tackling 40 triumphant miles as they take on the TampaTriathlon.
“Everything is a challenge, and I can’t wait to tackle it,” Kyle said. “It’s gonna feel amazing.”
Read more: 11alive.com