Dick and Rick [Hoyt] race a lot…. Team Hoyt loves races. But only half of Team Hoyt can run…. At [Rick’s] birth in 1962, the umbilical cord wrapped around his neck, starving oxygen from his brain…. Doctors gave no hope for his development. Dick and his wife, Judy, disagreed [and] enrolled him in public school. He graduated. He entered college and graduated again. But Rick wanted to run. At age fifteen, he asked his dad if they could enter a five-mile benefit race. Dick was not a runner, but he was a father, so he loaded his son in a three-wheeled wheelchair, and off they went…. Other than a willing heart, [Rick makes] no contribution to the effort. Rick depends entirely on the strength of his dad. God wants you to do the same.