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The remarkable American has learnt to do everything that one might usually do with ones arms with his feet.
Tatyana Mc Fadden’s story is incredible even by Paralympic standards – and the wheelchair racer is set to become one of the most talked about athletes at Rio.
The ‘Armless Archer’ Matt Stutzman is proudly in the Guinness Book of World Records with the Furthest Accurate Distance Record under his belt.
It’s not any old record either: it was previously held by an able-bodied athlete and Stutzman broke it with a 283.47m shot.
“From the Olympics to this year not a lot has changed.
I’ve upped the mileage a bit but it’s still relatively the same program.
I started sleeping in an altitude tent, but I think mostly just training full-time really helped.
Olympic singles luge medalist and Team USA flag bearer at the Pyeong Chang Olympic Opening Ceremony, will run the New York City Marathon on Nov. Hamlin, a 2014 Olympic bronze medalist who retired after her fourth Olympics in Pyeong Chang at age 31, is running to fundraise for the Women’s Sports Foundation. It will be difficult, mentally and physically daunting, but a way to test my abilities in a sport so far out of my comfort zone.” Many Olympians in non-running sports have raced the New York City Marathon. A disabled middle-distance runner shattered the 1500m Paralympic world record after winning gold at the Rio Paralympic Games, beating Olympic champion Matthew Centrowitz by more than 1.7 seconds.In high school it may have seemed like a long shot for Melissa Bishop to make it to the Olympics.She was a strong runner in the Ottawa area, but wasn’t a superstar.