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Going the Distance

Sarah Reinertsen was born with two different-length legs. When she was seven, her left leg was amputated above the knee in hopes she would walk better with a prosthesis. 23 years later, those hopes were achieved when she competed in--and completed--the Ironman triathlon. Read about her lifelong fight to make her dreams a reality, and what she's doing to inspire others to follow theirs at her web site AlwaysTri.net.

Posted: 1/17/08