Pictures of eight-year-old Bailey Matthews who has cerebral palsy crossing the finishing line at his first ever Triathlon are going viral.
Bailey, who is from Doncaster, stepped away from his walking support to finish the last 20 metres of the race - into the proud arms of his parents Julie and Jonathan.
Bailey was cheered over the line by hundreds of emotional spectators after completing a 100m lake swim, 4,000m bike and 1,300m run as part of the Castle Howard Triathlon.
The emotional crowd roared its encouragement when Bailey stepped away from his walking support to finish the last 20 metres of the race unaided.
Bailey and his family spoke to Duncan Wood and Gaynor Barnes on Calendar about his achievement:
Yorkshire's Gordon Benson claimed Great Britain's first European Games gold medal with victory in the men's triathlon in Baku, Azerbaijan.
The 21-year-old's success also guaranteed Britain a berth in the event at the Rio 2016 Olympics. The Brownlee brothers did not compete, with their focus on this year's World Series competition and the Rio Olympic test event.
Leeds-based Benson completed the event in one hour 48 minutes 31 seconds.
He was ahead of Portugal's Joao Silva (+11 seconds) and Rostyslav Pevtsov (+33secs) of Azerbaijan.
Olympians Alistair and Jonny Brownlee have been back in Leeds to launch their fourth annual Brownlee triathlon.
The brothers, who won gold and bronze at London 2012 are currently in the middle of their world triathlon series season.
They were at Harewood House this morning - the location for this year's event - which is open to the public.
Olympian Alistair Brownlee says he is delighted with news that Leeds will host a leg of World Triathlon Series next year.
The event will take the place of World Triathlon London, as Hyde Park will be under construction in 2016 to allow for the building of a cycling superhighway throughout the city.
Leeds will host a round of the World Triathlon Series next year.
Local Olympic gold medalists Jonny and Alistair Brownlee are both likely to compete in the event, which will take place next summer.
Former triathlon world champion Jonny Brownlee will officially open Airedale Hospital's new Emergency Department this lunchtime.
Jonny's visit also marks the staff reaching their £100,000 pounds target for their Emergency Department Appeal.
Around twelve hundred people are to take part in a triathlon in the lake at Castle Howard in North Yorkshire today. The local Brownlee brothers have spurred an increase in registrations with 65 pairs of siblings racing, having been inspired by their performance last Summer.
Details of a new Triathlon event - organised by Yorkshire's Olympic heroes, gold medallist Alistair and bronze medallist Jonny - have been confirmed.
The Brownlee Super Sprint Triathlon will be held in the stunning surroundings of Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal Park in North Yorkshire on September the 21st.
It'll involve a 400m open water swim in the Studley Lake, before 2 laps of the cycle route covering 10km, and a final 2.5km run to a spectacular finish in front of the Abbey ruins. 700 have already entered - including the Brownlee brothers themselves - and there are still 300 places left.
Olympic heroes the Brownlee brothers have somehow managed to find time amid their gruelling daily triathalon training to write a book.
It's called Swim, Bike, Run: Our Triathlon Story, and it charts the life so far of Olympic Champion Alistair and World Champion Jonny - both from Horsforth near Leeds.