Armless Archer Aims for Gold Medal at the Tokyo Paralympics

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Matt Stutzman was born in Kentucky without arms, and pretty much from the get-go he was in love with sports.

For years Matt played basketball using his feet, but he realized he wasn’t accomplished enough to make the big league. So he pivoted towards archery, and he’s never looked back.

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In the London Paralympics in 2012, Matt placed an impressive silver for the U.S.A.

Now, at the upcoming Summer Paralympics in Tokyo? Of course ‘The Armless Archer’ is aiming for that coveted gold medal.

(WATCH the BBC video to see Matt’s skills below.)

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