Quote Of The Day
“‘The gap was far and wide between Mikey and the peers in his age group,’ Edie Brannigan said. ‘I wish I could (scientifically) prove it, but within two years he was age-appropriate with his typical peers. We knew right then that whatever he was doing with the running was doing something in his brain at a pronounced rate. It was a miracle.'”
When Mikey was three, his parents were advised they might want to get onto a waiting list for a group-home for their son. ‘Now, the situation is so funny,” Edie Brannigan said. “I can’t tell you how many college coaches are banging at the door.'”
– Excerpt from DyeStat article on autistic high school star runner Michael Brannigan where his mother Edie talks about how running changed her son’s life. Michael won the NXN New York Regional in the fall and has qualified for the Millrose Games high school mile on Saturday.
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