A wrestling match Wednesday between two of the world's largest preschoolers ended in a draw _ and a party with ice cream and chocolate.
In one corner was Russia's Dzhambulat Khotokhov. At 123 pounds and 3 feet 11 inches, he is the world's largest 4-year-old, according to match organizers.
In the other corner: Georgy Bibilauri, a native of the Georgian capital who stands 4 feet tall and weighs 112 pounds.
After the boys tied on the mat, they went off to celebrate Bibilauri's fifth birthday.
Georgian wrestling champion Levan Tediashvili refereed the match, organized by a journalist who had seen a newspaper article about the Russian boy.
"They are fantastic kids," Tediashvili said. "These two giants give off such positive vibes. We Russians and Georgians should follow their example."