Our paralympic athletes (especially the archers, of course!) get my respect. This is a great story about one athlete in search of another Olympic dream.
The 64-year-old Lear was in Yankton last week to train at the National Field Archery Association Easton Yankton Archery Complex. The outdoor archery season begins soon, including the World Championship trials on May 1, and he traveled to Yankton from his home in Lee’s Summit, Mo., to work with the archery center’s facilities coach, M.J. Rogers.
Read more here:
Paralympian Brings His 2012 London Quest To Yankton
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