The one-legged soccer player who became an internet sensation upon scoring a goal for Concord-Carlisle (Mass.) High two years ago is now the subject of a spectacular mini documentary that aired at New York City's Kicking + Screening Soccer Film Festival on Thursday night.
The film follows Nico Calabria's sports journey since being born without a right leg and will be used as part of a Coca-Cola Company advertising campaign during the 2014 World Cup, according to Mashable.
"I've always been part of a family that's athletic, and had an older brother who was very athletic, so I was just trying fit it and didn't think I was doing anything abnormal," Calabria told the website. "But over the years I just kind of continually surprised myself with the level I was able to compete at."
Calabria was the first person ever to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro on crutches at age 13, raising more than $100,000 for the Free Wheelchair Mission, and then became an overnight viral sensation when he scored aRead More »from One-legged prep soccer player is subject of awesome mini documentary