Quote Originally Posted by flippy View Post
Some guy completed the race with his disabled son and pretty much dragged him through the race. Another dude completed the IronMan while he had ALS.

You get 17 hours to complete the race.

I think Hines is trying to seal his fate in Canton. Every dancing with the stars or ironman he does just gets his name out there as a versatile athlete.
You're talking about the Hoyts ([URL]http://www.teamhoyt.com/index.html[/URL] ). Rick, the son, is a quadriplegic from birth. His dad pushes, pulls, bikes for the 2 of them through their races. They've done over 1000, including 6 Ironman races, as well as biking across America. It's a truely amazing, insprirational story.