27 Jun '17, 8pm

After disease took his sight, this man became a triathlete

After disease took his sight, this man became a triathlete

Now, the 28-year-old visually impaired athlete loves training with his Tuesday night crew. (Show your love of running with our new “Runner Runner Runner Runner” apparel . RELATED: How to Find Your Ideal Running Group “When I began to run with those guys, almost immediately, I forgot that I had a tether,” he said. “They were just good guys, just buddies.” Achilles International has been helping people with disabilities reach personal achievements through mainstream running events since 1983. Catherine joined the group in 2013 after being encouraged by a mentor during a period of depression. When he moved to the United States from Brittany, France in 2012, Catherine was not just adjusting to a new country. He was also learning to navigate through life without his sight. At the age of 4, he was diagnosed with retinitis pigmentosa—a disease that causes the sight to get progres...

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