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Fifty-six-year-old Chad Rivera from California lost his sight 34 years ago due to a rare genetic disease, but that hasn't stopped him from skateboarding, being a jiu jitsu instructor, and designing his own sunglasses brand — and his belief that anything is possible is inspiring others.