After running more than 26 miles, you sometimes just can’t get across that finish line on your own. Luckily, for one Minnesota man, he got some help when he needed it the most.

75-year-old Rick Kleyman was helped across the finish line by two other men after stumbling during this weekend’s Twin Cities Marathon in St. Paul.

"He could have had us put him on the side and had the medics help him, but he was adamant about getting to the finish line, which I thought was pretty cool," said Matt Teske, one of the runners that came to Kleyman’s aide.

"The acts of kindness that I have received blows my mind," Kleyman said afterward.

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