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One inspirational dad takes his son where he could never go on his own

When team Hoyt crossed the finish at this year's Boston Marathon, it was the end of an era and part of one of the greatest stories of love of our time.
Dick Hoyt and his son Rick have become a fixture at one of the world's favorite road races, having competed for the last 32 years. What makes this accomplishment even more astounding is the way they run the race, Dick pushing his son Rick in a specialized racing wheelchair.
Rick Hoyt was diagnosed with cerebral palsy at birth after his umbilical cord became twisted around his neck ...

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