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After near-fatal brain injury, snowboarder reclaims identity 10 years later

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In 2009, professional snowboarder Kevin Pearce suffered a traumatic brain injury during a training run for the Olympics. At 22, his family didn’t know if he’d survive. But 10 years later, Pearce has since found new purpose with his social movement and foundation, Love Your Brain. NBC’s Savannah Sellers caught up with him to hear his story.