South Korean archer Im Dong Hyun — who is legally classified as blind, and cannot see out of his right eye — posted the first world record of the London Olympics, notching a score of 699 in the 72-arrow competition on Friday, besting his own world record of 696. The two-time gold medalist also led his teammates to a second world record for the team event.
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