On National Cerebral Palsy Awareness Day (October 6, 2018), after a grueling cross-country race, runner Justin Gallegos received the news that he would be the first athlete with cerebral palsy to sign a contract with sportswear giant, Nike. In May of this year, Gallegos, a runner on the club team at the University of Oregon, began collaborating with Nike on creating a new sneaker for people with disabilities. That same month, Nike released a promotional video featuring Gallegos. “I was once a kid in leg braces who could barely put one foot in front of the other! Now I have signed a three-year contract with Nike Running!” Gallegos said on social media. “Beyond blessed to officially represent the swoosh!”
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