Tough Mudder

Inspiring moment determined father tries to push his wheelchair-bound son up a slippery slope before grime-caked Tough Mudder runners haul him to the top. Inspiring video shows father determined to help his son compete in tough race . The Tough Mudder event in the midlands involves climbing up a slide using rope but when the father couldn't help on his own, kind competitors stepped in and gave a hand.

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-1 1. fishy commented 5 years ago

wtf? they just pulled him up, he does nothing? Here have a medal son!
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+6 2. thundersnow commented 5 years ago

#1 Ya think he is in the wheelchair for fun?? He obviously has some kind of paralysis from the waist down, although I don't think he is totally paraplegic, however his legs are very weak, his left leg is partially contractured, so he is unable to extend it, he's a young guy enjoying things that young guys do, so cool how everyone helped him up there. Nice upload cameramaster! :)
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+8 3. snotraddict commented 5 years ago

#1 yea probably a bit too critical. If you watch the other participants many are being pulled up by teammates. Perhaps that's the objective, teamwork.
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+2 4. mwak commented 5 years ago

Yup, everyone can be the best in his/her own way. It only speaks to us personally.
No medal will ever tell that story but I'm sure they all won something that day and that is far more important than a piece a metal.
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+2 5. Natan_el_Tigre commented 5 years ago

If only more people showed perseverance like this concerning life’s “enduring questions”. :|
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+1 6. thundersnow commented 5 years ago

#5 Well, dear Natan, you are right, if you apply that to life, it does show that even when we seem to be stuck with a tough problem, with the help of friends, family or strangers we can still succeed. The obstacle in this video could be symbolically seen as life. :)