FAIRFIELD, Iowa - Seven years ago, Matt Stutzmanwas unemployed, and looking for a way to feed his family. He bought a bow and arrow and told his wife he planned to teach himself how to shoot, so he could hunt deer. She was skeptical. "She said, 'How are you going to shoot a bow? You have no arms,' and I was like I don't know, I'm just going to wing it," Stutzman said.
His decision would not only put food on the table, it would eventually allow him to break world records and travel the world due to his new skill.
Stutzman uses his legs and toes to shoot his bow and arrow. "I want to be known as the world's best archer and second, did you know he does it with no arms?" he said.
Stutzman is now regarded as one of the best archers in the world. He holds the Guinness World Record for farthest, most accurate shot. He also won a silver medal in the 2012 London Paralympic games. Stutzman will represent the United States as part of the 2016 USA Paralympic team.
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