Just when you thought there weren't any good people left in the world...this happens!
The London Marathon is taking place today in the UK Capital, which consists of a very difficult, 26 mile long course.
It proved too much for one runner, David Wyeth, who stopped meters before the finish line. Wyeth's leg started to buckle towards the end of the gruelling course.
Matthew Rees, competing as part of the Swansea Harriers running club, saw that David was struggling and stopped to help him to cross the line.
Rees is being called a legend by people all over the internet, and rightly so!
— BBC Wales News (@BBCWalesNews) April 23, 2017
— â“…â’ºâ“‰â’ºâ“‡ â“â’¶â’·â“„â“‡â“ƒâ’ºâ˜† (@LaborneRacing) April 23, 2017
— London Marathon (@LondonMarathon) April 23, 2017
Faith in humanity has been restored!