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SPARTA, WIS. – May 25, 2021: Paralympian Lia Coryell, who is living with progressive multiple sclerosis, practices archery at Sportsman's Range in Sparta, Wis. May 25, 2021. Coryell, a veteran, has called Sportsman’s Range a sanctuary and credits it for helping her get through the year 2020. She experienced life-threatening Covid-19 symptoms and battled with suicidal thoughts. Coryell competed in the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil as the first American woman to compete in a W1 class, meaning she has disabilities in her upper body, lower body, and core. She hopes to compete in the 2021 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Lauren Justice for The New York Times

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SPARTA, WIS. – May 25, 2021: Paralympian Lia Coryell, who is living with progressive multiple sclerosis, practices archery at Sportsman's Range in Sparta, Wis. May 25, 2021. Coryell, a veteran, has called Sportsman’s Range a sanctuary and credits it for helping her get through the year 2020. She experienced life-threatening Covid-19 symptoms and battled with suicidal thoughts. Coryell competed in the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil as the first American woman to compete in a W1 class, meaning she has disabilities in her upper body, lower body, and core. She hopes to compete in the 2021 Tokyo Paralympic Games. Lauren Justice for The New York Times