Every once in a while, we all need some motivation and sometimes it comes from complete strangers.
Alan Robinson is about to become yours.
It's been 14 hours (so far), but marathoner Alan Robinson is still determined to cross the finish line. https://t.co/bGilqO3Axq
— WGN TV News (@WGNNews) October 9, 2017
Robinson has run in over 20 marathons, which is inspiring enough for those of us who struggle to walk from the back of the parking lot into the store, but his story doesn’t end there.
— ReginaWaldroupNBC5 (@ReginaWaldroup) October 8, 2017
Nor does it end with him winning his final race.
Robinson’s story of inspiration is rooted in his fight to finish each marathon.
— Chicago Marathon (@ChiMarathon) October 8, 2017
Thousands of people struggle to complete the 26.2-mile race in marathons across the country, but Robinson’s hurdle is much different: He’s a quadriplegic.