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A dynamic duo in every sense of the word. When you talk about brotherly love, you have to talk about Kyle and Brent Pease.

They are the very first assisted athletes "running" in the annual Peachtree Road Race. Brent pushed his brother Kyle, who was born with cerebral palsy, for the full 6.2 miles of the race.

Both men started the race to thunderous applause and cheers from thousands of on-lookers in metro Atlanta. Good Day Atlanta's Tacoma Perry spoke with both men to find what "running" the race together means to them.

CLICK ON THE VIDEO PLAYER ABOVE TO WATCH THIS REPORT!


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The Kyle Pease Foundation web site

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