Amputee finds place in ping pong
SAN DIEGO -- Ping pong: It's a game celebrated in one of the original video games in the '70s, and dominated by Forrest Gump. But for 33-year-old amputee Daryl Sterling Jr., the sport has opened doors to a Narnia-like world of wonderment he never knew existed. The San Diego computer engineer treks the globe playing in international para table tennis tournaments.
"There are big stadiums ... indoor blimps flying around dropping ping pong balls on people, cheerleaders," Sterling ...
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