Marathons with Meaning give disabled kids chance to run

Peter Kline founder of Marathons with Meaning shares the incredible work he is doing to help kids in wheelchairs experience the race.

A Bellevue man is sharing his love of long distance running, in a unique and giving way. Peter Kline takes a "rider-athlete" along on his marathons, pushing a disabled young man or woman ahead of him, in a wheeled device. He's created a group called "Marathons with Meaning" to help more disabled people enjoy the rush of long distance running. Peter shared his passion for his work, while Tamara Hills shared what the experience is like for her nine-year-old son Benton.

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