In 2018, 10 year old Jack Berry was diagnosed with osteosarcoma which resulted in the amputation of his right leg. Jack spent months at the Jimmy Fund Clinic at Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston receiving treatment for the osteosarcoma. After he went back to Montana, he became active again with the use of his new artificial leg, but he needed a special water prosthesis to go swimming and participate in other water sports. The Born To Run Foundation donated a water prosthesis to Jack and he is excited that he will now be able to swim and surf with his new leg. While in New England, he had the opportunity to test it out while surfing in Maine. Jack said “Getting this water leg from The Born To Run Foundation is super exciting because I am a really active kid and I love to play in the water. I love to surf, and this will allow me to do that with more ease.” So exciting to see Jack on his surfboard testing out his new waterproof leg!