In 1982, Matt Stutzman was born without arms. In 2015, he earned the ranking of 11th best archer on the planet and set a Guinness World Record.
Bill Littlefield tells the story of Sydney Phillips, who just wanted to play basketball for her school.
Before he was a NASCAR driver, Brendan Gaughan played on the same team as Allen Iverson.
Matt Stutzman took up archery to support his family. By 2015, he was the world's 11th best archer.
Tom Brady's Super Bowl jersey has been found in the possession of a Mexican journalist.
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