Join us for an engaging conversation with Bob Babbitt and World-Class sprinter, Hunter Woodhall.
Hunter was born with a congenital defect called fibular hemimelia in which the fibulas in his lower legs never formed. Both legs were amputated below the knee at 11-months-old. They told him he would never walk so he learned to run instead. Hunter Woodhall went on to make history as the first double-amputee to earn an NCAA Division I scholarship in track and field.
He’s now a 3-time NCAA All American, a two-time Paralympic medalist and continues to chase his athletic dreams while attending the University of Arkansas.