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Published: Tuesday, 8/24/2010

Tractor pullling of a different sort

Slug: CTY pull22p C  The Blade/Jeremy Wadsworth  Caption:  Austin Reardon, 3, of Woodville, Ohio, pulls his brother Christopher Reardon, 5, with some help from his mom Sara Reardon while waiting for The National Tractor Pulling Championships to get started after a long rain delay Saturday, 08/21/10, in Bowling Green, Ohio. This is the world's largest outdoor pulling event. There are five sessions of premier truck and tractor pulling on two tracks featuring over 250 pullers competing in 11 different classes. Slug: CTY pull22p C The Blade/Jeremy Wadsworth Caption: Austin Reardon, 3, of Woodville, Ohio, pulls his brother Christopher Reardon, 5, with some help from his mom Sara Reardon while waiting for The National Tractor Pulling Championships to get started after a long rain delay Saturday, 08/21/10, in Bowling Green, Ohio. This is the world's largest outdoor pulling event. There are five sessions of premier truck and tractor pulling on two tracks featuring over 250 pullers competing in 11 different classes.
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While fans at the National Tractor Pulling Championships in Bowling Green slogged through a rain delay Saturday, there was a little action of a different kind: Austin Reardon, 3, of Woodville pulls a wagon in which his brother, Christopher, 5, rides as their mother, Sara, lends a steady hand.




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