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Taking His Shot

After a stroke at the age of 2, Eli Wolff went on to become a star soccer player while working to level the playing field for disabled athletes around the world.


(Photo by Christopher Churchill) Photo by Christopher Churchill
By BARBARA MATSON
February 25, 2007

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Eli Wolff wants the world to see what he sees: an open lane down the right side of a green soccer field, a teammate sprinting toward the left goal post, a crisp pass arcing off Wolff’s right foot, and bang! – his teammate connecting on a diving header to win the game with 10 seconds left. That’s what Wolff saw ... (Full article: 1015 words)

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