looks like he picked up skechers as a sponsor as well. kudos to them for picking up a "slow" guy, albeit one who will bring them a ton more publicity than most 2:16 guys. nice to see it benefitting both ways, and good for Bryan. I would imagine his travel/entry/food costs for this race are under $500, so he just cleared an extra $1000 for his kid, all in the space of a day, day and a half, pretty sure he doesn't have a job that pays that kind of cash for working a day of overtime. what an inspiration.
"Running 8 marathons in 3 days is not possible think about it! "
Yiannis Kouros ran seven marathons and change in a single day (averaging 3:20 pace, the first 2 or 3 ones were more like sub-3).
When I put the comment on here Running 8 marathons in 3 days is not possible.
I was talking about 8 26.2 different marathons in different places in three days. Not a ultra or any other kind. Yiannis Kouros is a running machine and kudos to him for that! But I think this young man if given the opportunity to run even farther distances would run to the ends of the earth and back for his son just to help him out in every way he can! He is still a hard working man,father,husband,Runner,doing everything possible to give his son a better chance at life. So Kudos to him on stepping up his game! Congrats to him for the win in Kentucky this weekend as posted earlier! Each time his feet pound the ground this young man gives me more inspiration in life.Great job and thank you!
The kid is running for a noble cause and deserves some praise but save all the lovey dovey stuff for your phone calls with your son.
All of us work hard for our kids, regardless if it's running, being a stay at home parent or slaving at work to please the "man".
I agree w/everything you have posted here. I also plan to donate $50 to this guy. For most of us it's the price of a couple 5k's and cheaper than a half.
Big time however here. When are you going to grow up and stop with the "Tard" crap. You have clearly thought out a number of political concepts. Why do you choose to use pejorative language about a group of people who have challenges most people don't understand? Your advocacy for Bryan Morseman should be extended to others in similar situations.
IN DEED HE IS MY SON AND VERY PROUD OF IT !!!!!!