Tobias Weller, 9, with cerebral palsy, completes the charity marathon in his walker

Tobias Weller, 9, with cerebral palsy, completes the charity marathon in his walker

Tobias Weller completed the final of his 26.2-mile marathon in Sheffield, north of England, on Sunday. Socially distance Neighbors and well-wishers.
Cerebral palsy is a group of neurological diseases that affect the ability to move. According to his JustGiving page, Tobias cannot stand or walk without assistance and needs support in most activities but is inspired by it. Captain Tom Moore, A war veteran who raised millions for the UK National Health Service to walk in his garden lap before his 100th birthday, kept his eye on the Tobias Marathon.

Tobias had planned a 1-kilometer (0.6-mile) walk sponsored at a local park last month, but was unable to proceed due to coronavirus lockdown restrictions.

“Then I heard Captain Tom and I thought why don’t I use my walker to try to complete the marathon by walking down the street every day and walking,” he said in a video in front of the marathon that it would be the “Genoramus Challenge.”

At the start of the lockdown, Tobias could walk a maximum of 50 meters (164 feet) a day, but he came close to finishing his challenge – which took him 70 days – according to the PA Media News Agency – he walked up to 750 meters (half a mile) a day.

He told Sky News, “I can’t believe I finished a marathon, it’s just great.

He said: “Every detail of it is absolutely great esome

“I like it when my neighbors clap and cheer for me. I’m getting stronger and stronger every day. It’s such a great feeling.”

So far, Tobias has raised £ 81,600 ($ 100,700) for the Sheffield Children’s Hospital and Pace School, a school that helps children and adults with nervous conditions, including Tobias.

Tobia’s mother, Ruth Garbat, said they continued to walk and set a goal of reaching 50 kilometers (31 miles), PA Media reported.

“I’m very happy that he finished his marathon. He did really well. He tried his best. He really achieved a huge goal,” he said, according to PA.

“I’m bursting with pride for my little boy. He’s just great.”

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