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Aug 18, 2015 2:16 PM

NH's Christopher Duffley - blind, autistic 14-year-old - sings National Anthem at Fenway Park, crushes it


New Hampshire has something to be extremely proud of today.

Christopher Duffley, a 14-year-old blind and autistic boy from Manchester, sang the national anthem at Fenway Park before the Cleveland Indians-Boston Red Sox game.

And he received a loud and long ovation from the players and fans.

And boy did he deserve it.

Christopher was born prematurely and weighted only 1 pound, 12 ounces at birth and was rendered blind due to Retinopathy of Prematurity.

The video is incredible. He really seems to be taking in the moment as a representative for Autism Speaks.

Just take a look below.

This isn't the first time we've heard him sing, though.

He also sang the anthem before the Wounded Warriors celebrity softball game in Manchester a few weeks ago.

If you can believe it (obviously, you can) he crushed that performance, too.

Congrats Christopher!


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