Egypt’s table tennis player Ibrahim Hamadtou proves anything is possible at Rio 2016
By now it should come as no surprise that the Paralympics offers some of the most incredible footage in the sporting calendar.
But we think we’ve found a winner.
"Nothing is impossible" – EGY's ðªð¬ Ibrahim Hamadtou. #TableTennis #Paralympics pic.twitter.com/NI3sVRf4WJ
— Rio 2016 (@Rio2016_en) September 14, 2016
Ibrahim Hamadtou is a table tennis player who competes for Egypt. As you can see, he grips the paddle in his mouth, and uses his foot to throw the ball on serve.
In the footage, Hamadtou is competing in the class 6 category, in which he lost 11-5, 11-7, 11-5 to ParalympicsGB’s David Wetherill, and 11-4, 11-6, 11-4 to Germany’s Thomas Rau.