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All right is a great story archery of course requires years of training and I'm told skill but what it doesn't apparently require.
Is arms Matt Stutzman was born without the but that has not stopped him he is aiming for gold.
At the London paralympic games Steve Brown is live in Chicago with more see this incredible story -- -- Hey there Martha you have to ask -- -- how it is he got so good so fast it archery he says a lot of practice.
And how he was raised by his adoptive parents.
I had something that was they didn't this duo -- they say okay Matt going to.
And really try your best to figure out how to figure this problem out.
-- was already a hotter perfectly capable of handling a firearm when he picked up archery three years ago largely because bow hunting season.
Now as far as learning how to handle blowing air rose middle of a great thing.
You can find anything on there but you cannot find how to compete again without arms and issued a so it was trial and error but Stutzman said the determined man any got really good world class good really fast.
I believe what I have is idiot I was -- about arms.
But in return I believe that was -- to its ability to shoot.
During the paralympic qualifier Stutzman came within two points of a world record they believe his teammates it it believe that he is a contender for -- -- if he's on in London.
-- What a great what a great guy what a great story Steve thank you so much for bringing that to us.
We wish him good luck -- exciting to watch.
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