High School Runner With MS Wins State Title With Unusual Dermination
18-year-old Kayla Montgomery has been dealing with the diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis for three years already, but that doesn't stop her from competing on the high school track team. The disease actually blocks nerve signals from her legs so she doesn't feel any leg pain during long runs, but the second Montgomery stops, she collapses into the arms of her coach. Her supportive parents are also on hand to ice her legs afterward, but all this has not kept her from winning a North Carolina state title this year.
Read more about this amazing runner over at Mashable here.