9-year old boy with cerebral palsy finishes the marathon for charity

It was so inspiring to see a 9-year old young boy, Tobias Weller with cerebral palsy and autism, actively take part in a marathon on May 31 and complete it with flying colors. He is from the north of England and used a walker to finish the task. His loved ones maintained a social distance due to safety reasons but cheered Tobias to the fullest while he was about to reach the finish line of his 26.2-mile walk.

Cerebral Palsy is a neurological condition caused due to disorder in brain development. It mainly impacts the muscle coordination of the person and leads to obstructed mobility. His mother happily said, “I’m so, so pleased that he’s completed his marathon. He’s tried so hard all the way through. I’m bursting with pride for my little boy”.