Nike's made a massive impact lately with their 30th anniversary campaign starring controversial QB Colin Kaepernick.
However, they've made another splash by signing their first athlete with cerebral palsy on October 6 (also World Cerebral Palsy Day).
He's a student at the University of Oregon who thought he was just competing in a cross country race when he was surprised with a contract from Nike.
Of course the cameras were rolling when he got the news.
And he shared his excitement on Instagrarm...
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I’m still at loss for words! Thank to everyone for the love and the support not only the past couple days but the last seven years of my life! Beyond blessed to officially represent the swoosh! Still can’t believe I made Nike history! Very excited! Big things are yet to come! Trust in the process! And trust in God! All glory to the most high! God is truly good! #NikeRunning #NIKE #SWOOSH #SwooshFamily #Beaverton #Nike72 #JustDoIt #ThereIsNoFinishLine #StrongerEveryMile #NoSuchThingAsADisability #Limitless #Breaking2
We're thrilled to see such an incredible athlete being recognized by Nike!