Biggest accomplishment as a kid with disabilities

Biggest accomplishment as a kid with disabilities
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I'm proud of the most in my life is actually when I was at the Junior National Disability championship and it was in Iowa. Me and my dad had to go all the way there to this national competition for disabled kids. And I competed against lots of different kids, with maybe brain issue you can see it. I was in 9 events and 7 out of those 9 events I got national record. For a 9 year old you don't have as much competition as a grownup does but still it felt really good to me that I just got, I made history in the nationals. It felt really good, the lady there was like "oh my God you're so amazing, you're really good". I love competing so it was really fun.

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