Matt Stutzman seems an unlikely archery champion. Not only because he just picked up the sport a mere two years ago, but because Stutzman was born without arms. Despite the odds, he recently broke the world record for longest archery shot, hitting a target 230 yards away.

Stutzman credits his parents with teaching him at an early age that he was going to have to figure things out for himself, and he used that ingenuity to develop an archery technique that makes use of his legs and a strap tied to his shoulder.

Watch Stutzman break the record by an incredible 14 yards below:

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[via ABC News]