New York father wins three marathons in eight days and will use his winnings to help his sick infant son

by John Brodgian | April 9, 2015 8:46 am

There are few things, if anything, that a father won’t do for a son.  In this man’s case, it means running to help raise money[1] for his son born with spina bifida…


A New York man who won three marathons in eight days last month said that his winnings will go toward the medical bills of his infant son, who has spina bifida, a developmental congenital disorder.

Bryan Morseman, 29, from Bath, New York, started his streak at the Montgomery Marathon in Alabama on March 14.

He ran the Tobacco Road Marathon in Cary, North Carolina, the next morning because it was one the way home to New York. A week later he placed first at the Yeungling Shamrock Marathon in Virginia Beach.

Bryan and his wife Sarah created a GoFundMe page to help with the medical bills.  Please donate if you can.

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