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Tobias And Titus Finish Their 5K

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Tobias ran the whole way and together, they crossed the finish line. Tobias ran the whole way and together, they crossed the finish line.
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It was a 5k race that meant more to two little boys than any of us can imagine.

Tobias Bass, 10, got his selfless wish, to be the legs for his brother Titus, who has cerebral palsy, and push him in a race.

Read Tobias' letter to News 9.

Tobias is the one who wrote Kelly Ogle and Amanda Taylor that heartfelt letter about needing someone to loan him a jogging stroller big enough for his brother. And thanks to a donation, he got it.

9/27/2013 Related Story: Tobias And Titus Gear Up For the Big Race

There were almost as many supporters out there for the two boys as there were runners. Tobias ran the whole way, and together, the boys crossed the finish line.

And this is just the start. Tobias says he's going to race again with Titus next week.

9/26/2013 Related Story: Young Boy Reaches Out to News 9 For Help

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