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Purpose2Play’s Top 16 Stories Of 2016

December 31, 20160

It was another incredible year at Purpose2Play. We’re honored to be the media outlet some of the world’s most inspiring athletes choose to tell their stories to. Before we move
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P2P Summit: Talking Triumph Feeds The Soul

November 9, 20160

If you could toss TED Talk, ESPN, and Upworthy in a blender, Purpose2Play Summit: Talking Triumph is what you would get — rich nutrition for the soul! We dove under
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Hector Picard Becomes First Double-Arm Amputee To Finish IRONMAN In Kona

October 9, 20161

Hector Picard has completed Ironman races in the past, but until this weekend, he had never crossed the finish line at the IRONMAN World Championship in Kona. On Saturday night,
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VIDEO: From Triathlons to Basketball, Double-Arm Amputee Hector Picard Does it All

February 2, 20160

  By Brittany Alvarado Hector Picard shoots hoops and has done over 120 triathlons including an Ironman. He also happens to be a double-arm amputee. Check out our exclusive with
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The Top 15 Purpose2Play Stories of 2015

December 31, 20150

  What a year 2015 was for us, but most importantly, for the athletes that we’ve featured. We’re honored to bring you this list of our top 15 stories for
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Ironman, Double Arm Amputee Hector Picard Challenges Dwyane Wade On Basketball Court

December 7, 20150

Hector Picard is the first double-arm amputee to finish an Ironman. Picard lost his arms in a work-related accident when 13,000 volts of electricity went through his body twice while
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Hector Picard Ready To Become First Double-Arm Amputee To Finish Ironman In Kona

September 10, 20152

Hector Picard, 49, was never an endurance athlete. However, once he became a double-arm amputee, everything changed. Since 2009, Picard has completed over 100 triathlons, including multiple Ironmans. If you’re
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