One-Armed Teenager Without Legs Is Star Swimmer

Kayla Wheeler, 16, holds the Paralympics world record in the 50-meter butterfly.
0:23 | 05/10/13

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So how does someone born without legs and just one arm become a swimming sensation. Just ask sixteen year old Kayla Wheeler who apparently isn't letting it stop -- the Washington State high school junior is prepping to compete this summer at the international paralympic world championships in Montreal. After that -- hopes to make it to the 2016. Paralympic games in Rio de Janeiro.

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