More Videos

Goran Dragic after Heat’s 120-95 loss to the Pacers 2:19

Goran Dragic after Heat’s 120-95 loss to the Pacers

U.S. Navy to Deploy Undersea Rescue Capabilities to Argentina 1:11

U.S. Navy to Deploy Undersea Rescue Capabilities to Argentina

Dolphins Coach Adam Gase after fourth consecutive defeat 1:40

Dolphins Coach Adam Gase after fourth consecutive defeat

A farmer and a church reap rewards from an organic field of dreams 2:06

A farmer and a church reap rewards from an organic field of dreams

Fins' receivers Stills and Landry: 'Turnovers and penalties killed us' 1:13

Fins' receivers Stills and Landry: 'Turnovers and penalties killed us'

36 questions that lead to love (again) 5:01

36 questions that lead to love (again)

Richt on his halftime speech and being 10-0 for the first time as Head Coach 2:25

Richt on his halftime speech and being 10-0 for the first time as Head Coach

Saundra and Chancellor Lee Adams speak to Mecklenburg Inmates 1:39

Saundra and Chancellor Lee Adams speak to Mecklenburg Inmates

Saundra Adams: November 16th is all about our miracle boy 3:09

Saundra Adams: November 16th is all about our miracle boy

With his father Rae Carruth still in prison, Chancellor Lee Adams turns 18 1:13

With his father Rae Carruth still in prison, Chancellor Lee Adams turns 18

  • Duo to embark on 'Tour to Inspire' bike ride to Key West

    Kerry Gruson, a paraplegic, and Hector Picard, a double amputee, will embark on a 100-mile bike ride on May 31, 2017 from Marathon to Key West and back, to show people with disabilities how they can do whatever they set out to do.

Kerry Gruson, a paraplegic, and Hector Picard, a double amputee, will embark on a 100-mile bike ride on May 31, 2017 from Marathon to Key West and back, to show people with disabilities how they can do whatever they set out to do. C.M. Guerrero cguerrero@miamiherald.com
Kerry Gruson, a paraplegic, and Hector Picard, a double amputee, will embark on a 100-mile bike ride on May 31, 2017 from Marathon to Key West and back, to show people with disabilities how they can do whatever they set out to do. C.M. Guerrero cguerrero@miamiherald.com

He has no arms. She is paraplegic. Together, they inspire the world.

May 30, 2017 08:47 PM

UPDATED May 30, 2017 09:01 PM

More Videos

Goran Dragic after Heat’s 120-95 loss to the Pacers 2:19

Goran Dragic after Heat’s 120-95 loss to the Pacers

U.S. Navy to Deploy Undersea Rescue Capabilities to Argentina 1:11

U.S. Navy to Deploy Undersea Rescue Capabilities to Argentina

Dolphins Coach Adam Gase after fourth consecutive defeat 1:40

Dolphins Coach Adam Gase after fourth consecutive defeat

A farmer and a church reap rewards from an organic field of dreams 2:06

A farmer and a church reap rewards from an organic field of dreams

Fins' receivers Stills and Landry: 'Turnovers and penalties killed us' 1:13

Fins' receivers Stills and Landry: 'Turnovers and penalties killed us'

36 questions that lead to love (again) 5:01

36 questions that lead to love (again)

Richt on his halftime speech and being 10-0 for the first time as Head Coach 2:25

Richt on his halftime speech and being 10-0 for the first time as Head Coach

Saundra and Chancellor Lee Adams speak to Mecklenburg Inmates 1:39

Saundra and Chancellor Lee Adams speak to Mecklenburg Inmates

Saundra Adams: November 16th is all about our miracle boy 3:09

Saundra Adams: November 16th is all about our miracle boy

With his father Rae Carruth still in prison, Chancellor Lee Adams turns 18 1:13

With his father Rae Carruth still in prison, Chancellor Lee Adams turns 18

  • PETA protesters gather outside of the Miami Seaquarium on the anniversary of Lolita's capture

    Chris Lagergren, 47, from Pembroke Pines, protests outside of the Miami Seaquarium on Tuesday, Aug. 8 2017, in Key Biscayne to remember the anniversary of Lolita the Killer Whale's capture from the Puget Sound 47 years ago.