Faced with the possibility he may never walk, Louisiana boy breaks barriers and competes in fishing tournaments

Faced with the possibility he may never walk, Louisiana boy breaks barriers and competes in fishing tournaments
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FERRIDAY, La. (BRPROUD) — A smiling 6-year-old boy proudly stood alongside his 7-year-old brother as they weighed in their catch on the final day of a youth bass fishing tournament on Father’s Day weekend.

Grayson Canezaro, 6, prepares for a bass fishing tournament with his older brother, Blaine. The two fish for the Jr. Southwest Bassmasters, a youth fishing club that operates out of Denham Springs (Photo courtesy of Ali Canezaro).

Running along the shady bank of north Louisiana’s Lake Concordia with his red fishing jersey on, Grayson Canezaro blended in with the rest of the children competing in the Jr. Southwest Bassmasters tournament.

But Grayson, who has spina bifida, is considered a pioneer by doctors at Texas Children’s Fetal Center®. He was the first baby in the world to successfully undergo a groundbreaking prenatal procedure to increase his chances of becoming a mobile child.

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