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Nick Esquer | Photo: Sgt. Daniel Wetzel/U.S. Marine Corps | April 2, 2014
Staff Sgt. Timothy Brown, a Houstonian, races to the lead at the 2014 Marine Corps Trials.
Marine Corps Base Camp, Pendleton, Calif.
Staff Sgt. Timothy Brown, a Houstonian, powers into the lead on his recumbent cycle during the 2014 Marine Corps Trials at Camp Pendleton, Calif. As part of the Marine Corps Wounded Warrior Regiment, more than 350 athletes competed in the trials, including 200 active-duty Marines, 50 veterans and 100 wounded service members from international allied forces. The disabled athletes gather every March to compete in archery, cycling, shooting, swimming, track, field, sitting volleyball and wheelchair basketball. Participants got a shot at making the 40-member Marine team that will compete at the Warrior Games in Colorado Springs in September.