South Korean archer Im Dong Hyun set a world record during the first weekend of the London Summer Olympics. He has 20/200 vision in his left eye and 20/100 vision in his right eye, meaning he is legally blind in his left eye and not much better on the right. Yet despite this disadvantage, Hyun can consistently hit a target from 75 meters away!We've collected several photos from the event below. Enjoy!Read Full Story
South Korean archer Im Dong-hyun has only 10 percent vision in his left eye and 20 percent in his right. Yet somehow the guy can hit the bullseye of a target 75 yards away, not once but many times.Im set the first world record of the London Olympics on Friday with a score of 699. He modestly said of the win, "This is just the first round, so I will not get too excited by it."His coach, Jang Young Sool, said tht all of the archers will now get a day of rest and be back at it later in the week.Read Full Story
Your complete guide to Im Dong Hyun. Legally blind South Korean archer Im Dong-hyun set the first world record of the 2012 London Olympics.