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WATCH: Para-Archer Sheetal Devi aces bottle flip challenge with her legs

WATCH: Para-Archer Sheetal Devi aces bottle flip challenge with her legs

Whetever she has touched so far has turned into gold. India’s Armless Archer Sheetal Devi recently she left everyone in awe by winning two gold medals at the Para Asian Games. Having stood up to every challenge thrown at her way so far in her short career, recently she even aced the bottle-flip challenge with […]

Whetever she has touched so far has turned into gold. India’s Armless Archer Sheetal Devi recently she left everyone in awe by winning two gold medals at the Para Asian Games. Having stood up to every challenge thrown at her way so far in her short career, recently she even aced the bottle-flip challenge with her legs.

In a video posted by Arvind Yadav, team doctor with the Indian Archery, the 16-year old Archer was seen doing the bottle-flip challenge to perfection.

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Sheetal Devi attempted the challenge by holding the bottle with her legs. She flipped it successfully not once but twice and a child-like enthusiasm was palpable on her face upon completing it. Posting the video on his Instagram account, Arvind Yadav further challenge cricketer Ishan Kishan to complete the bottle-flip challenge with the legs.

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Sheetal Devi adjudged Youth Athlete of the year

According to World Archery, Sheetal Devi is the World’s first armless archer. She was adjudged as the Best Youth Athlete of the Year award on Sunday. The 16-year old was given the award by the Asian Paralympic Committee following her exceptional performance this season.

At the Para Asian Games, she became the first-ever Indian woman to win two gold medals in the same edition. She bagged the yellow metal in Women’s Individual compound event and in Mixed team event. In the Women’s team event she won the silver medal.

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