Today, we have with us David Blair, who was born with a clubfoot and was told by doctors that he would never be able to function normally. He had several surgeries and proved those doctors wrong by enjoying many sports as a child. Dave learned that he especially excelled at throwing and tried out discus in high school track and field, winning a high school state championship against able-bodied athletes. This success led to an athletic scholarship to Weber State University, where he set 6 school records in hammer and weight throw and discus. After a 16-year break from the sport, Dave discovered that he was Paralympic-eligible in 2015 and went on to win a silver medal at the 2015 Paralympic World Championships, gold at the 2016 Rio Paralympic Games, and 4th at the 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games, all in discus. Competing is in his blood, and he is not done yet! David is married with 4 daughters.