FRESNO, Calf. (KFSN) -- The pleasant weather we've been seeing helped one man run 200 miles in just nine days.
Ryan Stiner reached his goal in Fresno early Saturday morning. It's the third solo charity run he's taken part in to raise awareness about Autism Spectrum Disorder and it all started last week in San Francisco.
"We got the cool San Francisco Bay weather and we ran through Dublin and Pleasanton and Central California," Stiner said. "It wasn't hot. So, I got very, very fortunate."
The Fresno State alum said he's still taking donations for families dealing with autism. One in 68 children are affected by the disorder.
Fresno man completes 200 mile run for autism awareness