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Babies compete in annual Indiana Diaper Dash
FORT WAYNE, Ind. (KABC) -- It was the annual Diaper Dash in Fort Wayne, Indiana. As part of a baby fair and family expo, a little racing area was set up.
Babies competed to see who could crawl to the other side the fastest. There's usually a parent on each end trying to convince the baby to crawl to the other side.
The baby who won the diaper dash received a $1,000 prize, which presumably makes the baby a professional athlete before they can walk.
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