Although runner Thomas Panek twenty marathons ran, he wrote last Sunday in the New York City Half-Marathon history. The New Yorker ran the match under the guidance of three guide dogs for the blind.
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Huge congrats to Thomas Panek, CEO of @guidingeyes and his guide dog Gus! He's just made history by becoming the first blind runner to complete the New York half marathon with a guide dog. pic.twitter.com/pbGOQjFQjbRNIB(@ RNIB) link
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