NEW YORK CITY-- A blind man made history last weekend at the New York City Half-marathon.
Thomas Panek is the first blind runner to finish the event with his guide dogs. The races web site says Panek and his four-legged friends crossed the finish line in less than two and a half hours.
Panek's three labrador retrievers, Westley, Waffle, and Gus each took a shift on the 13.1 mile run.
Gus took the final leg and got to take a photo at the end with the medal around his neck. Panek hopes he and his dogs will inspire others with disabilities to take part in more activities.