British eight-year-old Bailey Matthews was born with cerebral palsy, a disabling condition that often limits physical abilities. But inspired by his triathlete father, Bailey completed a 330-feet lake swim, a 2.5-mile bike ride, and a mile-long run in his first-ever triathlon. Bailey’s mother said, “You could see his little face when he came around [the finishing line] and saw everyone. That was his way of finishing in style and showing everyone what he could do. It was the response from the crowd that inspired him to do that.”

Bailey shows that anyone can achieve their dreams, no matter the obstacles they face along the way!