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Endless Highway helps kids with disabilities get active (access required)

  Shea Kulp has spent more than half his life racing in track and field events. At nearly 13, Kulp competes with the Rochester Rookies in the 400-meter dash, the 800-meter and the 1,500-meter track events. But for Kulp to compete, he must have special equipment. “He has spina bifida; a lot of the kids on the Rookies ...

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