A Minnesota kid has shot to stardom for taking a wrong turn during a 5K race.
According to Bring Me The News, 9-year-old Kade Lovell was running the St. Francis Fanny Flyer 5K when he took a wrong turn and ended up finishing the 10K in first place.
His accomplishment came as a complete surprise not only to him, but to his mother, who was worried sick when he didn't come running down the 5K finish line.
"I have never been so scared in my life," Lovell's mother wrote on Facebook. "Waiting at the corner for him to come...and he never shows up! I wait a bit longer thinking maybe he had a bad race. Then comes the 30 minute mark and he still did not come around the corner. I am now a mama in panic mode!"
Kade ran the 10K in 48:17:39.
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