Tom Smith, from Swampscott Massachusetts, walks with Marc Buoniconti into the The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis building, May 1, 2015. Smith rode his bike from Massachusetts to the Paralysis Center in Miami and is a former patient of University of Miami Neurosurgeon and Miami to Cure Paralysis Founder Dr. Barth Green> He was twice paralyzed playing hockey.
Tom Smith, from Swampscott Massachusetts, walks with Marc Buoniconti into the The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis building, May 1, 2015. Smith rode his bike from Massachusetts to the Paralysis Center in Miami and is a former patient of University of Miami Neurosurgeon and Miami to Cure Paralysis Founder Dr. Barth Green> He was twice paralyzed playing hockey. CHARLES TRAINOR JR MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Tom Smith, from Swampscott Massachusetts, walks with Marc Buoniconti into the The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis building, May 1, 2015. Smith rode his bike from Massachusetts to the Paralysis Center in Miami and is a former patient of University of Miami Neurosurgeon and Miami to Cure Paralysis Founder Dr. Barth Green> He was twice paralyzed playing hockey. CHARLES TRAINOR JR MIAMI HERALD STAFF

Twice paralyzed and mobile again, athlete takes grueling journey from Boston to Miami

May 10, 2015 10:17 AM

UPDATED May 10, 2015 11:25 PM

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