8-year-old with cerebral palsy crosses triathlon finish line unassisted

Here come the chills ...

Bailey Matthews is an 8-year-old from Doncaster, England, who has cerebral palsy.

With his father -- an avid runner -- as his inspiration, he recently competed in a triathlon. At the end of the race, he abandoned his walker and crossed the finish line unassisted as hundreds of people cheered him on.

His face lights up as he sees the emotional crowd roaring and helping him down the final stretch.

The announcer said it best: "He shows us what's possible when you've got heart, and you've got soul and you've got determination."

Thank you for inspiring us all, Bailey Matthews.

(H/T ABC 30 Fresno)