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Behan Overcomes Odds En Route to Olympics
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"The Telegraph" has a feature on Irish gymnast Kieran Behan, who has overcome remarkable odds to qualify to the 2012 Olympic Games in London. At age 10, Behan was left in a wheelchair for more than a year after a tumor in his leg damaged his nerves. At age 12, he fell off high bar, suffering a brain injury that left him unable to walk straight. "Through all this, he's been the one who's had the determination, belief and heart," says his mother. "We've all just been swept along on his wave. He's guided us all the way. We believed every day because he believed, because he told us everything would be all right." Click here to read more.

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