What do you call an Olympian Archer with No Arms? [Video]

A. Matt Stutzman. Give him a foot...Matt has qualified for the National U.S. Olympic team in archery. No, the big show - the actual Olympic trials no one watches on TV:

Physically and mentally, Matt may have an advantage in archery because of his handicap. He uses his legs and feet, which have more muscle mass than arms and hands. Therefore, he can hold a compound bow steadier and longer, which is an asset, especially if there’s a cross wind. His mental advantage comes from years of unbelievable determination.



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