Picture it: You're on mile 18. You can't even feel your limbs anymore. You know you've got to push to make it to the end. One of the only things keeping you going is the roar of the crowd, the colorful signs of encouragement, and the look of pure horror on people's faces as you lose control of your bowels in the middle of the course.
Wait — that's not how your marathon went. You kept it together and you crossed the finish line, and then you took a trip to the restroom. And you did it all thanks to one awesome kid holding the perfect sign as you ran by.
Seriously, there were a bunch of people who defied everything and ran 26.2 miles without stopping, but the true hero of the New York City marathon is this little kid, who's holding the most helpful sign in the world:
spotted, the MVP of the New York City Marathon https://t.co/Fj6CGl0Ag2— Ashley Fetters (@Ashley Fetters)1509904657.0