The best part of Majak Daw reaching these milestone rehab moments is the joy he's getting out of it.
There was the grin when he ran on the AlterG treadmill in mid-March, then his comment today about not being able to sleep last night. So good.
No pressure on Majak Daw at all. It's just wonderful that he's still with us and able to walk again, let alone run, much less play elite footy in front of 10s of thousands of people. He's already an inspiration just by being around and being himself.
Kangaroos star Majak Daw returns to the training track , running outside for the first time since he fell off the Bolte Bridge just 3 months ago. He says he was so excited to run again, he couldn’t sleep last night. #7NewsMelb
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Kangaroos star Majak Daw has taken a major step towards his return to the AFL. He has run outside for the first time since falling off a Melbourne bridge just three and a half months ago. https://t.co/FzQTHoHvU2 #7NEWS
AFL 2019: North Melbourne’s Majak Daw returns to training after injury #AFL: North Melbourne defender Majak Daw has made another big step in his rehabilitation, running at Arden Street for the first time on Monday.... https://t.co/FhR3QF7FNg
@SoundingBoardEp@barrettdamian@craighutchy If you were managing the media story that is Majak Daw, what happened, his future, how it can help the community, how would you go about it - can be one of the most important stories told in football?