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Why This Coach Catches His Runner at End of Every Race

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This story will make you smile, it will make you cry, it will give you goosebumps and it will inspire you.  It's been viewed over 10.5 million times. 

“Running makes me feel normal, and whole.  It’s difficult to live with a disease where your own body’s fighting against yourself; so when I’m running I feel like I’m battling that, I feel like I’m safe from myself.  As long as I’m running, everything’s fine.”

These are the words of Kayla Montgomery.  Kayla is a freshman at Lipscomb University.  At age 14 she was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS).  For 8 months after her diagnosis she couldn't feel her legs.

Instead of being depressed and mad; she decided to run.  She went from a slow runner to the faster in the State of North Carolina.  MS causes her to be in pain every time she races and she can't feel her legs.

This means when she stops moving her legs after a race, she crumbles and her coach has to catch her at the finish line.  

Watch Kayla's full story on this ESPN E:60 video.  

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“Don’t wish for it, work for it.” – Unknown

Have a great rest of your week and go make your "it" happen!