Inspirational Blind And Autistic Teenager Performs National Anthem In Front Of Thousands At Fenway Park

Publish Date
Thursday, 20 August 2015, 4:19PM

An inspirational blind and autistic teenager has sung the national anthem in front of tens of thousands of people at a packed Fenway stadium shortly before a Boston Red Sox game.

Christopher Duffley, 14, from Manchester, performed a beautiful rendition of the anthem shortly before Monday's Boston Red Sox-Cleveland Indians game.

He was born prematurely weighing just 1lb 12oz and his premature birth left him blind.

His parents later discovered that he was also autistic, but Christopher has never let his condition get in the way of his dreams.