A Paralyzed Man’s Impossible Dream

A Paralyzed Man’s Impossible Dream July 12, 2012

In 2007, Mark Stephan was a successful businessman, an avid marathoner, and a two-time Iron Man triathlete when a bicycle accident left him a quadriplegic, unable to use his arms and legs for the rest of his life. Doctors told him he would never walk or bike again. Mark Stephan, however, had other ideas.

On the “Today Show,” Christopher Award-winning producer Mike Leonard recently profiled Stephan and his “impossible” accomplishment of biking 3,129-miles across the United States to support the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago’s new Research Hospital. Watch the video below and learn something about the power of determination.

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