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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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The Best Super Bowl 50 Commercial You DIDN’T See

February 8, 20160

  We saw the good, the bad, and the ugly from the world of advertising during Super Bowl 50. Now it’s time to highlight the beautiful. The folks from the
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Three-Year-Old Golfs with One Arm

September 4, 20141

Golf is arguably the most challenging sport on the planet. That’s what makes this story so remarkable. Tommy Morrissey started watching golf on television at about 13 months old. By
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Sean Swarner, Cancer Climbers Team Summit Mt. Kilimanjaro for Tenth Time

August 4, 20140

A couple of months ago, we told you about Sean Swarner, the two-time cancer survivor who has climbed the world’s tallest peaks with just one fully functioning lung. Shortly after
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Man Without Arms Throws Out First Pitch at MLB Game

August 1, 20144

The highlight of Thursday’s Twins-Royals game had nothing to do with the game itself. The magic moment came when Tom Willis threw out the first pitch. Willis was born without
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Armless Table Tennis Player One of World’s Best

May 12, 20140

Where there’s a will, there’s certainly a way. No one exemplifies that better than Ibrahim Hamato of Egypt. Hamato is one of the world’s best table tennis players, and amazingly,
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Vaughn Ripley Uses Fitness To Survive Hemophilia, HIV, and Hepatitis C

May 9, 20141

  If you take a look at Vaughn Ripley, 47, you see a man that stands tall, proud, and confidently rooted in his story. There’s a good reason why we
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University of Denver Lacrosse Star Zach Miller Comes From Indian Reservation

May 4, 20140

When athletes play for reasons bigger than themselves, the stage becomes set for heroic performances to take place. “You go out every game and every practice, you clear your mind,
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Blind High School Track Star ‘Sees’ Just Fine

May 1, 20141

Sometimes victory doesn’t lie in where you finish. It lies in the fact that you did finish. Annie Donnell, 16, has been blind since birth. However, she doesn’t let that
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Cancer-Fighting High School Girls Basketball Star Shows Grit

February 6, 20140

A hero isn’t someone who wins a game. A hero is someone who shows strength and tenacity from moment to moment. Thanks to hard work, high school basketball player Ebony
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Sochi 2014: BiathletesTracy and Lanny Barnes Favor Love Over Gold

January 26, 20141

    By Annie Hawkins Identical twin sisters, Lanny and Tracy Barnes, have always had a friendly rivalry that has pushed each other to become better. But when biathlete Tracy
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