Jason Robinson has already been a huge inspiration for many in Central New York, but now he has accomplished something many knew possible, but others would never expect.

On May 10th, 2016 Jason, who was born with Spina Bifida, competed in his first track meet. He did it with the use of his racing wheelchair, but even more amazing he did it alongside a group of his peers. Jason and his family have been essential in giving back to the community and those who helped them in their journey. They started The JRob Foundation to give other children adaptive sports equipment who can't afford it.

Check Out CNY Central's Coverage of Jason's Track Meet

Congratulations to Jason, his teammates and competitors for a job well done. May he and his family continue the amazing work they are doing.

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