Jeff Fabry, a four-time Paralympic medalist from Lemoore, won his fourth career world title after taking gold in the W1 recurve open at the World Archery Para Championships on Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017. He took gold in the W1 recurve open men’s competition in Beijing.
Jeff Fabry, a four-time Paralympic medalist from Lemoore, won his fourth career world title after taking gold in the W1 recurve open at the World Archery Para Championships on Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017. He took gold in the W1 recurve open men’s competition in Beijing. COURTESY WORLDARCHERS.ORG
Jeff Fabry, a four-time Paralympic medalist from Lemoore, won his fourth career world title after taking gold in the W1 recurve open at the World Archery Para Championships on Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017. He took gold in the W1 recurve open men’s competition in Beijing. COURTESY WORLDARCHERS.ORG

Valley athlete lost his arm and leg nearly 30 years ago. He’s still one of the world’s best archers

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