Disabled Swimmer's Mom Fights for Son's Dream New York Times staff reporter Alan Schwarz talks an autistic swimmer's dream of entering the Paralympics, the Olympic Games for disabled athletes, which will be held in Beijing this September.
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Disabled Swimmer's Mom Fights for Son's Dream

Disabled Swimmer's Mom Fights for Son's Dream

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New York Times staff reporter Alan Schwarz talks about his front-page story, "A Disabled Swimmer's Dream, a Mother's Fight", which details an autistic swimmer's dream of entering the Paralympics, the Olympic Games for disabled athletes, which will be held in Beijing this September.