US archer Stutzman finishes 9th in Paralympics

In the Tokyo Paralympics, American Matt Stutzman placed 9th in the men's archery individual compound. The sharp shooter is famed for his unique style.

Stutzman was born without arms. He holds the bow with his right foot.

In the third round on Tuesday, he was knocked out by Slovakian Marcel Pavlik. Still, he remained upbeat.

Stutzman won silver at his debut Games in London.

He has already set his sights on Paris 2024.