#280 - Breaststroke specialist Roderick Sewell has faced challenges his entire life. Born without tibia bones, his mother decided to have his legs amputated at age 1. Homeless at 7, his mom found Roderick the resources to improve his mobility which lead to him learning to swim by age 10 and finding the Challenged Athletes Foundation. With support of good friend Rudy Garcia-Tolson, Roderick became the first double above the knee amputee to finish Kona. His next goal is qualifying for the 2021 Tokyo Paralympics.
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