ESPN1530 On Demand: Paratriathlete And Paralympics Hopeful Kendra Herber

Kendra Herber is a mom, an English teacher at Lakota West, an author, and a model. 

She also became an amputee when she was two year-old.

Needless to say, that hasn't prevented her from living a full life.

She's on a quest to compete in next year's Paralymics in Paris as a Triathlete.

Kendra joined me in studio to talk about her journey, and we also spent a few minutes with Dr. Angel Velazquez from OrthoCincy to talk about his treatment of some of her injuries and her inspirational story.

Learn more about Kendra by going here.

And listen to our conversation here...

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