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A nine-year-old boy from Sheffield has announced plans to take on a third marathon after raising more than £150,000 with his first two efforts.Copyright: BBC
Earlier this year, Tobias Weller, who has cerebral palsy and autism, walked and ran marathons on the street where he lives in Sheffield using a walker and a specially designed running frame.
Also known as Captain Tobias, the youngster (pictured above) has now raised £150,030 for Sheffield Children's Hospital and the Paces special school he attends.
In a Twitter post, he thanked everyone who had donated and said he is planning to take on another marathon on his trike.
Archie, 11, and his mum wrote the illustrated book during lockdown to help explain his autism to others.
Alleged computer hacker Lauri Love won his appeal against extradition and his autism was cited as a factor.