You are in the hospital. You've just given birth to your first child. You are happy. You are overjoyed. You are celebrating. And then you find out - he's blind. He's deaf. His fingers are misshapen. His toes are webbed. He will need a feeding tube for the rest of his life.
This is the story of Evan Alioto, a 14-year-old boy born with an unknown ailment that would plague him for the rest of his life. This is the story of his family, who have supported him in becoming all that he is today. This is the story of his resilience, which lead him to the sport of swimming - a sport that allows him to feel more freedom in the water than he ever does on land.