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Making a Difference (Team Hoyt) #976068

NBC Evening News for Monday, Jul 12, 2010
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced. NOTE: Local weather bulletin on screen.

(Holland, Massachusetts: Natalie Morales) Team Hoyt, the duo of Dick Hoyt, who pushes his son, Rick Hoyt, who has brain damage, in a wheelchair in marathons and triathlons, featured; details given about teams inspired by Team Hoyt. [D. HOYT – says he was told to put Rick away; recalls Rick’s reaction to their first race.] [R. HOYT {through computer} – says people don’t have to sit back and watch the world go by.] [myTEAM TRIUMPH Ron ROBB†- says they started something that will get hundreds of people with disabilities doing triathlons and road races.] [Cerebral palsy patient Matt SMITH – says it's like his own personal sport.] [myTEAM TRIUMPH volunteer Dana BULTMAN†- comments.]

Williams, Brian;
Morales, Natalie

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