His goal: Doing the undoable

  • Article by: JEFF STRICKLER , Star Tribune
  • Updated: November 7, 2011 - 9:37 AM

The youngest member of the U.S. power wheelchair soccer team has always refused to be limited by others' expectations.

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kpietigOct. 29, 11 8:02 AM

Go Pete, with a positive attitude like that you can do whatever you make up your mind to do. Good luck,

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hoosiersueOct. 29, 11 9:01 AM

Go Team USA!

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jbpaperOct. 29, 11 9:12 AM

I just came up with part of the punishment for those people that defrauded the LIRR pension plan. They should be forced to volunteer at some of these games wearing shirts that say: "I claimed to be disabled so I could retire early." It would hopefully be an eye opener for them. I know my aching back doesn't feel so bad right now.

Keep up the good work Pete. To his adopted parents, you are also incredible people.

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tostenOct. 29, 1110:02 AM

Everyone involved here is a hero without any intention of doing any more than what they figure everyone else should do. That's the best part. Their belief in the intrinsic good in humanity.

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pinelakelindOct. 29, 1112:34 PM

Wonderful story!! Great young man and hugh kudos to his parents! They must be very special people!

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