Anthony Crudale is a 25 year-old autistic marathon runner. With the help of his ASD tendency to adhere to a strict schedule, he clocks more than 115 miles per week. With his 2000 Sutter Home Napa Valley Marathon win against over 2,000 other competitive runners, Crudale is the first autistic runner to win a marathon. For a full story, visit Crudale

Andrew Bryant is another outstanding autistic runner. After an undefeated career in the Washington Special Olympics, he was also the first member of the Washington Special Olympics to qualify to run in the Boston Marathon. At the age of 25, with a goal time of beating cyclist Lance Armstrong’s 2006 NYC Marathon time of 2:59:36, he finished with a time of 3:05:36, placing him within the top 6% of finishers in the 2007 Boston Marathon. For more on this story visit Bryant

Jonathan Brunot is a 19 year-old profoundly autistic runner. Read his inspiring story Brunot