Lemonade is a Fusion series about real people who have overcome life-changing obstacles. This series is about their power to defy the odds and shatter expectations. It's about their ability to redefine those odds and rid preconceived notions of their limitations.

Tommy Morrissey

Before 5-year-old golfer Tommy Morrissey was born, a blood clot stopped his right arm from developing. His parents were worried he wouldn’t be able to do all the things other kids could do, like play sports. Inspired by a cartoon fish with a little fin, Tommy showed his parents that he could do anything he wanted to, and excel at it.

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Jason Barnes

When musician Jason Barnes was 22 years old he was severely electrocuted and lost his right hand. Badly burned and at the lowest point in his life, he decided to drag his drum kit out of storage. He taped a drumstick to his bandages, played through the pain, and proved to himself that nothing would stop him from making beautiful music.

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Nick Newell

Nick Newell is a professional MMA fighter who was born without his left forearm. But his biggest challenge hasn't been fighting with only one hand, it's been finding opponents who are willing to fight "the guy with one hand."

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Aaron “Wheelz”

Aaron “Wheelz” Fotheringham feels guilty when people say they’re sorry he’s confined to a wheelchair. To Aaron, the wheelchair is pure fun adrenaline. His spina bifida is just a minor detail. Instead of focusing on his diagnosis he chose to focus on becoming an extreme wheelchair athlete, performing mind bending tricks on two wheels.

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Natalie Bieule

Natalie Bieule was 18 years old when a drunk driver hit her, resulting in the amputation of her right leg. Natalie, an avid dancer, was told she would never dance again. After spending a month perfecting (and nailing) a dance routine, she set her sights even higher. Natalie’s new goal: to throw the discus in the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.

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Marlana Vanhoose

When Marlana Vanhoose was born she was not expected to live longer than a year. She was only a few weeks old when doctors discovered she was blind due to Cytomegalovirus. When Marlana beat the virus, she was diagnosed with cerebral palsy. At age 2 Marlana discovered her love for music and began playing the piano. Today she is a member of the Artist Music Guild and sang the national anthem before Game 6 of the 2015 NBA Finals, which news outlets deemed the highlight of the night.

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