A local ten-year-old is proving you don't have to be big to make a difference.
Bryan resident Ian Teitelbaum has been competing in kid triathlons over the last several months to raise money he'll donate to the American Cancer Society.
Fighting cancer is a cause that's dear to him as he lost his grandfather to melanoma cancer last year.
Ian was on First News at Four Monday to talk about how he got started. He also shared tips on how other kids can get involved in triathlons.
So far, Ian has raised $900. His goal is to reach $1,000. To learn more about "Ian's Race Against Cancer" and donate, click on the link below.
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