Cory defies the odds on his big walk

Dalyellup teenager Cory Crombie beamed from ear to ear as he crossed the finish line on Sunday flanked by his family, having achieved his goal of walking 5km six months on from leaving hospital after a severe spinal injury. Picture: Emily Ace

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Two-year-old Toby Scheffner, who was diagnosed with Spastic Diplegia Cerebral Palsy at 10 months old, races towards the finish line in support of Cory, who he does hydrotherapy with.

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Cory Crombie crosses the finish line with his sister Jeldi, mother Shona and father Neil at the Cory’s Big Walk event at the Bunbury Power Boat Club on Sunday. Picture: Emily Ace/South Western Times/Bunbury Herald, Emily Ace

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Cory Crombie crosses the finish line with his sister Jeldi, mother Shona and father Neil at the Cory’s Big Walk event at the Bunbury Power Boat Club on Sunday. Picture: Emily Ace/South Western Times/Bunbury Herald, Emily Ace

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Two-year-old Toby Scheffner, who was diagnosed with Spastic Diplegia Cerebral Palsy at 10 months old, races towards the finish line in support of Cory, who he does hydrotherapy with. Picture: Emily Ace/South Western Times/Bunbury Herald

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Denise Jardine, of Bunbury, with her daughter Mia Millington, 7, and Harry. Picture: Emily Ace/South Western Times/Bunbury Herald

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Debbie Howlett, of Bunbury, with her grandson Ace Fantasia, 8. Picture: Emily Ace/South Western Times/Bunbury Herald