(submitted by: Phillip V.)

"Leah was born without her left hand. In high school, she was a swimmer and made it to the 2008 Paralympic Trials. She’s always been a big dreamer and her limitations never stopped her. In 2018, she set out to do 70.3 Coeur d’Alene. She trained by herself all year long and placed first in her division. Her current dream is to go to the 2024 Paralympics as the first Asian-American paratriathlete. She also volunteers as a coach to encourage

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