They did it again! The Aldrich brothers from Emmett, Idaho, finished their second triathlon together, just one month after their first race made headlines around the United States.
"It is incredible to see how far the story of two small boys has reached and the impact it has had on the world," the boys' mother Alissa told BabyCenter.
On July 12, Noah, 8, and Lucas, 6, tackled the YMCA Kids Triathlon — a 200-metre swim, 3-mile bike ride and a 1-mile run — in Boise together.
On August 8, the incredible duo once again put on their racing gear and tackled Emmett's Most Excellent Kids' Triathlon as a team, with Noah pushing Lucas in a buggy — and pulling him in a raft — the entire way.
Lucas has lissenchephaly, a rare disorder that affects brain development. Lucas can't walk, talk or feed himself, but his smiles can't deny his unabashed affection for his older brother.
"They definitely have a special bond, the two of them," proud dad Brian told KTVB. "You see Lucas light up so much whenRead More »from Brotherly love: Boy pushes, pulls brother to compete in triathlons