Thomas Panek made history at the New York City half marathon yesterday.
He is the first blind runner to finish the 13.2 mile event with his guide dogs Westley, Waffle and Gus.
The three labrador retrievers each took a shift on the run.
Gus took the final leg and got to take a photo at the end with the medal.
The race’s website says Panek and his four-legged friends crossed the finish line Sunday in less than 2 1/2 hours.
Panek, who lost his sight in his early 20s, is the president of Guiding Eyes For The Blind.
Panek hopes he and his dogs will inspire others with disabilities to take part in more activities.