March 28, 2016 | Updated: January 29, 2019

By Lauryn Lax

Special Olympics Superstardom

Photgraphy by Jessica Frey Photography Most athletes typically have a niche. Some are born to dunk basketballs. Some run in touchdowns. Some cross the finish lines in marathons or in 5Ks. And some set world records in swimming. Special Olympics athlete Alex Miller, 26, has several niches.

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