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  • Wanna see happy? It's including kids of all abilities in sports

    Trace Dandrea is father to Anthony, 14, who was born with Down syndrome. Together, they're active in RODS Jr., which promotes including athletes of all abilities in sporting events. Locally, RODS Jr. sponsored a triathlon for youth. RODS stands for Racing for Orphans with Down Syndrome; RODS Jr. advocates for inclusion.

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