"It's kind of a dual effort. One of the coaches, who was our coach here at the facility, coached for the Paralympic team. They have training coming up, and what fell into fate was the completion of our indoor range," Cull said.
The teams have to work together to overcome obstacles "built-in" to their DNA
"There's a lot of strong personalities in it, but you get strong personalities with elite athletes, that's just the way it is. But they do well together and when we travel together and work as a team together, we're very strong," Randi Smith, head coach of the USA Paralympic Archery Team said.
Lee Ford, a Paralympic archer said about her spinal fusion only 4 months proir to competing in London 2012;
"You just do what you have to do to make the modifications you need to make, to do what you want to do. Because I refuse to let my disability define who I am here. And that's just a simple choice you make,"
This is a picture of disc degeneration in an athlete. It looks similar to mine except that my damage is a bit worse. More of my pictures coming!