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Future medalists?
Future medalists?
Paolo Manzo

SAO PAULO — Watch out William Tell wannabes: There’s a big group of archers training from dawn until dusk in the hopes of golden glory at the 2016 Olympic games in Rio.

What makes them different from any other athletes training for the Olympics? Well, just a minor detail: Until very recently, they had been wearing feathered headdresses and living in remote villages deep in the Amazon jungle. These particular athletes are young and motivated Indians who use bows and arrows on a daily basis.

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