Meet Nico Calabria, a senior at Concord-Carlisle High School in Massachusetts who was born with one leg. But despite only having a left leg, Calabria is co-captain of the school's junior varsity soccer team along with the varsity wrestling team. In Wednesday's game against Newton South, Calabria scored one of Concord's nine goals with an amazing volley that would have been difficult for every player on the field.
Concord-Carlisle was given a corner kick and Calabria stationed himself on crutches by the far post just outside the box. The ball sailed past the goal where Calabria planted his crutches, turned his body and connected with a scissor-kick to put the ball in the back of the net.
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But if you think that highlight is amazing, you should probably check out the documentary called "Nico's Challenge," a story about how Calabria climbed Mount Kilimanjaro at age 13. Kilimanjaro. 13 years old. One leg.
In 2007, he went on Ellen DeGeneres' talk show and explained that he climbed the mountain to raise money for kids in Africa who need wheelchairs.
If the goal just didn't do it for you (not sure how that's possible), check out Calabria dominate in wrestling.
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