American Archer Wins Paralympic Gold, Ending 16 Year Drought

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The Paralympic Flag is carried to be raised during the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Paralympic Games.
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The United States has not won gold in archery at the Paralympics since 1984.

Both of those droughts ended with wheelchair-bound archer Jeff Fabry. Using a dog leash and his teeth, Fabry shot past his competition at the London Paralympics.

John Hockenberry spoke with Fabry before his win, who modestly looks at himself not as a champion but as a work-in-progress.